By Jon Wiederhorn
Dreamcar, the supergroup featuring AFI frontman Davey Havok and everyone from No Doubt — except Gwen Stefani — have released an interactive music video for “Kill For Candy.”
The song, which has ’80s pop/new wave written all over its peppy rhythm, jagged guitars and slightly whiny (in that Duran Duran way) vocals, will be featured on the band’s self-titled album, which comes out May 12.
On April 3, DREAMCAR released the first version of the “Kill For Candy” video, which featured the band members getting together for rehearsal before a crazed girl grabs Havok and steals him away into the darkness. The original clip featured point-of-view shots from each of the band members. Now, with the interactive version of the video, fans can choose to watch the action that ensues through the eyes of whichever musicians they choose.
Last month, DREAMCAR released a lyric video for the album track “All the Dead Girls.”
Check out the dizzying interactive video for “Kill For Candy” here:
And watch the original version below:
And here’s “All the Dead Girls Love Me”: