AC/DC will premiere “Demon Fire” — the second video from its Power Up album — tomorrow night (December 9th) at 10:00 a.m. EST / 7:00 a.m. PST.
Blabbermouth quoted frontman Brian Johnson talking about the video during a message on the band's social media last month, in which he shed light on how the band were going to pull the video off: “We're gonna try to do a virtual video of the next song that we want to bring out off the album. The thing is, none of us have ever done this before, so it's gonna be brilliant, standing by yourself, miming on a microphone because you know that we're miming, and we know that you know that we know that you know that we're miming, but still — it's gonna be fun.”
Johnson went on to say, “Angus (Young) is gonna be playing down in Sydney, Phil (Rudd's) gonna be whacking the drums in New Zealand, and Cliff (Williams is) gonna be paddling away. He might even come up to join me, 'cause he's not too far down the road. And Stevie (Young is) somewhere in England, I don't know. We hope to put an exciting video together.”
AC/DC cannot wait for the pandemic to be in the past so they can finally hit the road behind the new set. Johnson told us a while back that the band was confident its hardcore fans will always be there “Yes, I would hope they would come back and see you again. I think we've put down a good foundation. We never take anything for granted, y'know. How can you? Times change, things change, so you've just got to keep doing what you're doing, basically, and just hope that they'll come back for more.”