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14 February 2013, 12:22
The 'Heart Skips A Beat' singer puts out his message backed by an army of clones.
Olly Murs has unveiled the long-awaited music video for his brand new single 'Army Of Two'.
The inventive new video sees Olly joined by an army of clones of himself as he marches through an underground parking lot performing the song.
The 'Troublemaker' singer opens the video walking alone through the set, dressed in a smart tweeted waistcoat and black turtleneck top, before slowly being joined by more and more copies of himself.
The clones perform alongside Olly while marching to the song's chorus, which was penned about the UK pop star's close relationship with his fans.
Check out a picture of Olly Murs and his clones in the video for 'Army Of Two' below:
The 'Heart Skips A Beat' singer shot the music video at the end of January, before teasing fans with the unveiling of a live performance version of the song more recently.
'Army Of Two' follows Olly's previous single 'Troublemaker' from his 2012 album 'Right Place Right Time', and will see an official release on 10th March.
Olly Murs will then kick off his UK arena tour in Newcastle on 26th February.
Watch Olly Murs' newly unveiled video for 'Army Of Two' below: