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Boys Like Girls Need A “MIRACLE” In Thrilling New Video

Boys Like Girls MIRACLE
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A week into the eagerly-awaited release of their triumphant return album, SUNDAY AT FOXWOODS, their first new collection of music in 12 years, Boys Like Girls has treated fans to a captivating new music video for their sweeping single, “MIRACLE.” In a heartfelt social media post, the band shared their insight, penning, “Sometimes there are things in this world that we can’t do ourselves…we all need a MIRACLE once in a while”

Directed by the exceptionally talented Patrick Tracy, the music video brilliantly captures the uplifting and anthemic essence of the track. From the very start, the video immerses the audience in its evocative narrative with a captivating, warm, orange-hued visual palette.

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In the opening scenes of “MIRACLE,” the viewer is immediately drawn into the story of “The One.” Lead vocalist Martin Johnson soulfully croons, “How do I, how do I get you out of my head?/I need a miracle/How did I, how did I let you out of my bed?/Can’t balance the chemicals/And I’m falling ’cause I miss you/I’m not calling, but I want to,” serving as the emotional backdrop as the band faces off against one another and a mysterious driver, later described as “The One,” in a rousing demolition derby.

Boys Like Girls has been performing “MIRACLE” live on their Speaking Our Language Tour. The band has had various special guests across the tour with State Champs and LØLØ acting as direct support. As the band embarks on their last stretch of shows, you can check out their remaining tour stops below and get tickets to see them live here.

Tour Dates:

  • Oct. 27—New York, NY @ Hammerstein Ballroom
  • Oct. 30—Philadelphia, PA @ The Fillmore Philadelphia
  • Oct. 31—Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore Silver Spring
  • Nov. 1—Raleigh, NC @ The Ritz
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