AC/DC Announces The Release Of Remastered Version Of ‘Safe In New York City’ Music Video

AC/DC shared a post on its official Twitter page announcing that the music video filmed for ‘Safe in New Your City‘ from the band’s 2000 album, ‘Stiff Upper Lip’ has just been remastered and ready to be watched in HD quality on the band’s official YouTube channel.

As many of you might remember, ‘Stiff Upper Lip‘ is the 14th studio album of AC/DC, released on February 28, 2000. Despite receiving mixed reviews, the album rose to number seven on the United States Billboard chart and peaked at number 12 in the United Kingdom as well as reaching number one in four other countries.

The track, ‘Safe in New York City’ released as a single on February 28 from the album, ‘Stiff Upper Lip,’ and the song was written by Angus and Malcolm Young, reaching number 21 on the US Billboard Mainstream Rock chart. The music video of the song revealed footage in which the band performed in a busy tunnel in the city, surrounded by armed police officers.

21 years later, the official Twitter page of AC/DC shared a post announcing a brand new remastered version of the music video for ‘Safe in New York City,’ and fans are now can watch the legendary music video in 1080p HD quality in the band’s official YouTube page.

Here is what the band announced:

“OTD 2000 – Two videos for the album ‘Stiff Upper Lip’ are filmed in Los Angeles with Andy Morahan directing, ‘Safe In New York City’ and ‘Satellite Blues.’ The video for ‘Safe In New York City” has just been remastered in 1080p HD.”

You can see the Twitter post and watch the new version of ‘Safe in New York City’ below.