"Bones" was the fifth and final single from An End Has a Start, the second album by Editors. It was only released in Continental Europe under the PIAS label as a download only single. It was released to help promote the band during the festival run and their support of R.E.M. in July during their German shows. "Bones" was one of the first songs off An End Has A Start to be performed live, along with "The Weight Of The World" in 2006. It has since gone through many changes, most notably the bridge and outro of the song which was previewed via a short video made by the band months before the album came out. (Source: Wikipedia)
It is not just the band performing in the performance sections that are used throughout the music video. Because it is a live performance that has been filmed there are alot of shots of the crowd. It gives it a feel as if it is being shown live on TV rather than a music video because usually when performance sections are used in a music video, they are not playing in front of an audience and it is just of the band. It does give off the feel that it i being filmed live when it is actually already happened. This reminds me of the Coldplay song Fix You and Bon Jovi's Livin' On A Prayer that i have already deconstructed. A very similar technique was used in those music videos at the end just like with this one. It is not used very often in music videos but it actually a very effective technique for performnace music videos.