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October 25 -- When U2 ventured out to the California desert in the late ’80s, they used stark empty spaces punctuated by the other-wordly Joshua tree as their thematic backdrop. Now it’s 2013 and a new generation of rockers are traipsing around the desert, but they’ve traded Joshua trees for the implements of big concentrating solar power in a kaleidoscopic new lyric video. That’s the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating Station in The Fray’s just-released “Love Don’t Die” lead single for the Helios album that will come out in January. The song has absolutely nothing to do with solar power, but you knew that. It’s a nervous, hard-edged declaration that “no matter where we go, or even if we don’t, and even if they try, they’ll never take my body from your side – love don’t die.” >>View Article

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