Iron Maiden Premiere Animated Video For New Song “The Writing On The Wall”

Iron Maiden have premiered a new song titled “The Writing On The Wall.” You can find an animated video for that track below:

Frontman Bruce Dickinson, who worked on the video with Mark Andrews, Andrew Gordon, and Blinkink‘s Nicos Livesey, commented:

“I had a pretty clear idea of the concept to accompany the song and when I met Mark and Andrew, on Zoom, it quickly became clear we were all very much on the same wavelength, and this was reinforced with the addition of Nicos and his young BlinkInk team. Our weekly team Zoom meetings were then usually both highly creative and a lot of fun!

I’m very proud of the way the video turned out. It’s more like a mini-film, really. I knew it was going to work out as soon as Mark brought my treatment to life with his incredible storyboards. I thought we could make something very special together. I think we did and hope our fans will agree. In fact, it’s pretty much created by MAIDEN fans!!”

Livesey added:

“We quickly found the expertise we wanted, and people were literally throwing themselves at me to work on a MAIDEN video — we had more than 60 people in 13 countries from Brazil to France and Romania to the U.S.A. to add something to the clip and I’d say their love, passion and understanding of the band shines through every frame. They were a dream team for the producers and myself to manage.”

One response to “Iron Maiden Premiere Animated Video For New Song “The Writing On The Wall”

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