Terry Smith

Aaron Gillespie, best known for his work in Underoath and The Almost (as well as serving as Paramore’s touring drummer), will return next week with Out of the Badlands, a solo effort that strips down some highlights from his past work. “You Don’t Love Me Anymore” is one of three original songs on the new LP, and Fuse is exclusively launching its powerful music video.

Produced and recorded by Gillespie in his Salt Lake City studio, Out of the Badlands is composed of reworkings from his Underoath and The Almost days, as well as two covers, including a heartbreaking take on Bonnie Raitt’s “I Can’t Make You Love Me.” For the “You Don’t Love Me Anymore” video, Gillespie kept the imagery simple—and created a visual that’s equally striking and inviting.

“The video for ‘You Don't Love Me Anymore’ is beautiful, number one, but I think also really speaks to the nature of the song,” says Gillespie. “It's sparse, afraid and alone.”

Following the Aug. 19 release of Out of the Badlands, Gillespie will embark on a fall tour that will bring his acoustic songs across America. The trek kicks off on Sept. 19 in Allston, Mass.