David Byrne releases video for "Everybody's coming to my house"

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Written by Valentina Tobar

The musician shared with students from the Detroit Art College, who star in the video and a mini documentary about his visit, American Utopia: Detroit.

Four days after the release of his new album, American Utopia , and three days before his presentation at the Lollapalooza Chile festival, David Byrne continues to publish new material for his fans. The British musician premiered a video for the first single of his album, "Everybody's coming to my house".

The video is played by a group of students from the Detroit School of Arts, with whom he also recorded a 6 minute documentary of the process of creating the jazz group's version. The members of the radio and TV group of the same school participated in the montage of the short film.

Byrne does not appear singing with the students, but they talk about the indications that the former Talking Heads gave them for their version of "Everybody's coming to my house".

This Friday, March 16, David Bryne will perform at the Itaú Stage of the Lollapalooza Chile festival at 6:00 p.m.