Today, we are proud to share the music video that accompanies The Hellacopters‘ brand new single ‘So Sorry I Could Die‘. The song is the 3rd single taken from the Swedish high-energy rock and roll band’s 8th studio album, Eyes Of Oblivion, which will be released on April 1st 2022. Produced by Nicke Andersson and Chips Kisbye (who has overseen every Hellacopters album since High Visibility in the year 2000), the record will be the band’s first full-length since their temporary farewell record Head Off in 2008.

So Sorry I Could Die‘ – a stripped down yet intense blues ballad, that also pays tribute to southern soul in its vocal delivery – is probably the most unusual song on the forthcoming album. And perhaps in their whole cataloue so far. Make sure to check it out below!

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The melancholic video for the song was directed by Amir Chamdin and edited by Emil Klinta, who were also responsible for their two previous music videos, ‘Reap A Hurricane‘ and ‘Eyes of Oblivion‘, and had been working on several projects with The Hellacopters previously, such as 2021 documentary ‘I’m In The Band‘.