Matchbox Twenty's 'She's So Mean' Stars Manic Woman [VIDEO]

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After teasing fans with daily screenshots of its new music video on Twitter, Matchbox Twenty has unleashed "She's So Mean" on YouTube. The video marks the band's return after not releasing an album since 2007.

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"She's So Mean" is the first single off of the band's forthcoming album, North, which arrives Sept. 4.

A manic woman annihilates the band's music equipment and even sets the drums on fire in the video.

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Matchbox Twenty sparked anticipation for "She So Mean" with a series of tweets in the days leading up to the video's release:

Frontman Rob Thomas will have a busy fall season when the new album drops; he's also slated to appear as a mentor on NBC's The Voice.

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