The monitor seems on the band's Nov. 16 document "Shiny and Oh So Bright, Vol. 1 / LP: No Past. No Future. No Sun."
It's lastly spooky season and The Smashing Pumpkins are right here for it. Taking it again to the '90s, the band launched the visible for his or her new monitor "Silvery Sometimes (Ghosts)" on Sunday (Oct. 14) -- that includes all of the skeletons, pumpkins and ghosts that Halloween deserves.
The video -- directed by singer Billy Corgan -- follows the band as they settle for a creepy problem issued by Sugar Ray's Mark McGrath: spend the evening in a haunted home for charity, because the journey is livestreamed.
As they enter their new residence, the band explores every room, working right into a collection of supernatural ocurrences -- work that come alive, pianos that play themselves, creepy ventriloquist dummies and different spine-chilling creatures as the home's televisions present them performing the monitor.
Playing round with an old-school Halloween vibe, the clip makes references to basic horror figures and options Corgan rocking a black bunny onesie. With some signature Pumpkins spiky guitar riffs, the monitor's enjoyable melody is accented by Corgan's trademarked raspy voice.
"Silvery Sometimes" is the band's second single since 2000 -- following the June launch "Solara." Both tracks will seem on their upcoming reunion album Shiny and Oh So Bright, Vol. 1 / LP: No Past. No Future. No Sun (Nov. 16).
Check out the spooky video for "Silvery Sometimes (Ghosts)" beneath.