Bob Dylan gets a bit gangster in his new video for “The Night We Called It A Day,” a song from his new album Shadows in the Night, his album of songs recorded by Frank Sinatra.

Filmed in old-school black and white noir style, the clip was directed by Nash Edgerton, who also directed a rather violent video for “Duquesne Whistle” from Dylan’s last album, 2012’s Tempest. 

Related: 13 Great Covers Performed by Bob Dylan

But where in “Duquesne Whistle” Bob was not actually part of the violence, in “The Night We Called It A Day,” he’s the mastermind, even occasionally pulling the trigger.

No word if any more videos from the album are in the works, but signs are pointing to at least one sequel to Shadows in the Night.



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