The single was released on August 4, by the record label Playground Music. The music video for "Guilty" was shot in Los Angeles In the video, The Rasmus are performing in a darkened room, with a photographer taking numerous pictures of different people and the band. There is a problem in the photographs' development, and they turn into representations of the people's anguish, fear and pain.
The single achieved considerable chart success throughout Europe and Oceania, including the United Kingdom, where it reached No. The song is currently the band's most successful hit single, and it was nominated for the Kerrang! Award for Best Single in There are four different music videos for the song: the Finnish Bandit version, the European Crow version, the American Mirror version, and a fourth, simplified version. The video directed by Finn Andersson for Film Magica Oy in Helsinki , Finland shows The Rasmus performing on a stage that resembles a helipad , and are in the process of stealing from a bank when the police arrive unexpectedly. He falls off and runs into the woods where police dogs find him. Drummer Aki Hakala then ushers him into the car where Lauri makes his lucky escape and the car drives off. The video was included in the soundtrack of Finnish movie Pahat pojat and footage from the film was used in the video.
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The Rasmus is a Finnish rock band that formed in in Helsinki while the band members were in upper comprehensive school. Jarno Lahti left the year after and was replaced by Janne Heiskanen in Heiskanen quit the band in and was soon replaced by Aki Hakala.