Mötley Crüe Encourage Fans to Stay “Home Sweet Home” With New Video for Classic Song

A band that has always had public health and good hygiene at the forefront of their collective mind (not!), Mötley Crüe have released a new official lyric video for its Theatre of Pain classic “Home Sweet Home,” which is newly relevant as people around the world try to help curb the spread of the new coronavirus through self-quarantining and social isolation. “Crüeheads. We’re ALL in this together, please follow the guidelines in your area,” the band commented on the clip’s release. “A short time of social distancing will mean we sort this out ASAP. Stay safe out there and make sure to wash your hands and most importantly, stay Home Sweet Home. Love to you all.”

A few days ago, Crüe bassist and songwriter Nikki Sixx commented on the global crisis on social media, calling for fans to do their part. “Wouldn’t it be great to see people stop self promoting right now and turn towards friends & family instead?” he offered on his personal Instagram. “Reach out to people around you who might be scared or need help.Also,do we really need more fear mongering? The news is doing a great job at that already…Maybe find a way to dampen down the hysteria.”

This summer Mötley Crüe are, of course, set to raise some hysteria when they hit the road on a massive U.S. stadium tour with Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett & the Blackhearts. The run is scheduled to kick off on July 7th in Miami, Florida — see the full routing below.

 

Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett & the Blackhearts tour dates:

Tuesday, July 7                    MIAMI, FL                              Hard Rock Stadium

Thursday, July 9                   ORLANDO, FL                     Camping World Stadium

Saturday, July 11                 CHARLOTTE, NC                Bank of America Stadium

Tuesday, July 14                  ARLINGTON, TX                 Globe Life Field

Wednesday, July 15            HOUSTON, TX                     Minute Maid Park

Sunday, July 19                    SAN FRANCISCO, CA       Oracle Park

Thursday, July 23                SAN DIEGO, CA                  Petco Park    

Saturday, July 25                 PHOENIX, AZ                       State Farm Stadium

Sunday, August 9                ATLANTA, GA                      SunTrust Park

Tuesday, August 11            HERSHEY, PA                     Hersheypark Stadium

Thursday, August 13           BUFFALO, NY                      New Era Field

Saturday, August 15            PHILADELPHIA, PA            Citizens Bank Park

Sunday, August 16              PITTSBURGH, PA               PNC Park

Tuesday, August 18            MILWAUKEE, WI                 Miller Park

Thursday, August 20           DETROIT, MI                        Comerica Park

Saturday, August 22            WASHINGTON DC              Nationals Park

Sunday, August 23              FLUSHING, NY                    Citi Field

Tuesday, August 25            BOSTON, MA                       Fenway Park*

Friday, August 28                 CHICAGO, IL                        Wrigley Field

Sunday, August 30              DENVER, CO                       Coors Field

Wednesday, September 2  SEATTLE, WA                      T-Mobile Park

Saturday, September 5       LOS ANGELES, CA            SoFi Stadium