Warner posted a video with the caption “LFG” as well as some background music that was not in the original symbol-filled video released by the band. While MCR’s remains, WMA have deleted their post less than a day later.
The video had all of the symbols from MCR’s original video but included a number of other things.
On top of the LFG caption, there was instrumental background music with the video. Some fans have tried to find the source of the music but it appears to be something newly recorded.
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🇲🇫 Une nouvelle vidéo, quasiment similaire à celle récemment partagée, a été postée sur le compte Instagram de Warner Music Artists Sevices. Contrairement à la précédente, il y a une musique de fond, une image de forêt et les lettres “LFG” en légende de la photo… 🤔 #Repost @wmas • • • • • • London, United Kingdom LFG
While some fans are speculating this is simply related to the location of an expected UK show announcement, others think it could be music. Whatever it is, it directly relates to London, England as the Warner video clip had that as the location.
You can see MCR’s still-posted clip below for comparison.
As of now, these are all simply theories and rumors.
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