By at 1:23 AM Friday, April 13th 2012

 

Van Halen Release ‘She’s The Woman’ Video

Van Halen, Music

 

Van Halen has just released the video for She’s The Woman, now officially the second single off of this year’s A Different Kind Of Truth.

She’s The Woman is one of many tracks on the new record that the band retooled from demos recorded back in 1976. While some criticized the band for using these old demos on the record, ultimately it offered a way to guarantee a return to that classic Van Halen sound.

The video features a combination of rehearsal and live footage of the band. From Diamond Dave’s microphone stand twirling act to EVH’s classic-VH-styled guitar solo, it’s clear the band still has what it takes to put on a good show. Check it out below.

The band currently has tour dates scheduled until the end of June. Head on over to Van-Halen.com for dates and ticket information.

 
 

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5 comments
  1. Schnapple says:

    I’m willing to bet that Wolfgang put this together in iMovie or something – it’s got a weird combo of good footage and low production values.

    Easily my favorite song on the album but this video was kinda lame. I guess that’s to be expected in the post-MTV era and maybe it’s even a good thing that albums are expected to sell based off of the music and not flashy videos.

  2. vince says:

    I love the variety of footage & slammin it into a mashup – keepin it real & no video tricks really just focus on the music & get into the groove of the tune…good job look forward to the next video!

  3. Al(ex) says:

    It appears that VH doesn’t see the point in making some high end video, and as said by Schnapple, maybe that is for the best. That said, this album has been such a terrific surprise for me and this song in particular is fucking terrific. I hope they make another record, and only wish I could find more NEW music that has this kind of precision, swagger and sound. Bravo VH…

  4. Pete says:

    I saw VH last month, and they were great. Eddie was on his game, and the band played a tight two hour set. They played the better songs off of the new albums, but went through a pretty decent chunk of their classics. Dave sounded a little tired by the end of the show, but I counted two splits, and a high leg kick, which is incredible for someone his age. I hope they can keep the band together for another album and tour, but only time will tell.

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