Glasvegas sent critics crazy last year with their rather impressive eponymous debut album and though it's already been rumored that their second LP may well see release later this year (you can read about that HERE), they're still cashing in on the treats from that very same debut.
Their newest video is for the depressingly titled track It's My Own Cheating Heart That Makes Me Cry and though it saw release as a single last year, it's only now been given a visual addition.
A power-ballad for the ages, the track is as melancholic as a wall of sound and a depressed Scotsman can sound, slamming reverb heavy guitar-dissonance against earnest, guilt-ridden lyrics from frontman of the foursome James Allen (whose recent disappearance and reemergence in New York made big news just last week HERE).
The well-shot and equally as poignant video can be seen just below. Check it out and let us know what you thought.