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Machine Gun Kelly Releases Bloody Valentine Video Starring Megan Fox

Watch Megan Fox star in Machine Gun Kelly’s new video for Bloody Valentine.

Following the release of his awesome new pop-punk single Bloody Valentine, Machine Gun Kelly has just unveiled the track’s official video starring Hollywood actress Megan Fox.

The pair reportedly met while filming upcoming crime thriller Midnight In The Switchgrass, though their relationship is, let’s say… less than ideal in the Bloody Valentine video, with Megan tying MGK up at the start of the clip, before covering his mouth with pink duct tape and ultimately electrocuting him in the bath.

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Bloody Valentine is taken from Machine Gun Kelly’s upcoming album Tickets To My Downfall, which was produced by blink-182 man Travis Barker and is due out this year.

In a recent interview with Zane Lowe, MGK revealed that the record was inspired by one single studio session, with Travis quickly deciding that he then needed to be involved in the whole album.

“This whole thing started out with one studio session,” Machine Gun Kelly said. “We’ve been great friends for a decade. So this was just like, ‘Hey, let’s just do a random day of work.’ The energy was so immense that came from it…

“And it was so powerful that Travis was like, ‘Fuck it, I’m blocking off two months of my life and we’re doing this album.’ So I know it has some of that feel and some of that album’s classic nostalgia in this because otherwise we wouldn’t have just stopped everything we were doing to do this.”

Watch the video for Bloody Valentine below:

Posted on May 21st 2020, 11:49am
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