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Friendly Fires Share Video for “Heaven Let Me In” Starring Actor Jeremy Irvine

New Single (Co-Produced by Disclosure) Out Now via Polydor

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Friendly Fires have shared a video for “Heaven Let Me In,” a single they released last month that was one of our Songs of the Week. BISON directed the video, which stars British actor Jeremy Irvine, who made his movie-acting debut starring in Steven Spielberg’s War Horse and has since appeared in The Railway Man, Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, and others. In the video, Irvine dances around the Docklands area of London. The song was co-produced by British dance duo Disclosure (brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence) and is out now digitally via Polydor. Watch the video below.

Friendly Fires’ Ed Macfarlane had this to say about “Heaven Let Me In” in a previous press release: “‘Heaven Let Me In’ is a song about being comfortable in your own skin. When you stop trying so hard and embrace your imperfections then opportunities arise and doors open.”

It’s been seven long years since Pala, the sophomore album by London dance-rock trio, but back in April they returned with a brand new single, “Love Like Waves” (which was one of our Songs of the Week), which was followed by a video for the song in May. A press release says the band’s third album is expected in 2019.

Friendly Fires made a splash with their 2008-released self-titled debut album, which was fueled by the singles “Paris” and “Jump in the Pool” and was nominated for the Mercury Prize. The band also features Edd Gibson and Jack Savidge.

Revisit our early 2008 interview with Friendly Fires, back when they were largely unknown.

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