An extract on #polyamorous
Two music videos were produced for "Polyamorous." The original version deals with a voyeuristic couple who, with the use of a joystick and various monitors for hidden cameras, are spying on other couples. The band is seen performing in the same chambers as these couples are as well as in a cage in a green, electric voltage effect as he sings. The voyeuristic couple continues to spy until they see themselves on the monitor and look behind themselves to see the same camera they use to spy. This is the version found on the Dear Agony Best Buy bonus DVD. It can be seen here .
The second video for "Polyamorous" served as a promotional vehicle for the video game Run Like Hell: Hunt or Be Hunted. It features the same footage of the band performing in an empty swimming pool intercut with cinematic clips from the video game. The voltage effect on Benjamin's eyes and mouth, is blue in this version. This version can be seen as a computer bonus feature on the Saturate CD. It can be also be seen here 
Chuck Taylor of Billboard said the song, "sounds almost like a throwback to the days when pummeling a performance into tatters was more the name of the game than a congenial vocal amid a wall of wailing guitars."
"Polyamorous" appeared in various video games including Run Like Hell: Hunt or Be Hunted, WWE SmackDown! vs. Raw, WWE WrestleMania 21 and WWE Day of Reckoning. The track "Firefly" from We Are Not Alone is also in WWE Day of Reckoning and WWE SmackDown! vs. Raw
In 2009, the band co-headlined the Manimal Festival in Pioneertown, California with Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros and Warpaint. In 2010, the band contributed "Putting Out Fire," the theme from Cat People, for the David Bowie tribute record released on Manimal Vinyl. In 2010, the band relocated to Berlin and released Strange Bedfellows.
The word polyamory has been applied to the practice or lifestyle of being open to the possibility of people having more than one loving, intimate relationship at a time, with full knowledge and consent by all partners involved. The term is sometimes socially abbreviated to poly, especially as a form of self-description, and also at times described as consensual non-monogamy.
Polyamory is a hybrid word: poly is Greek for "many" (or "multiple") and amor is Latin for "love". The article titled "A Bouquet of Lovers" written by Morning Glory Zell-Ravenheart and first published in Green Egg Magazine (Spring 1990), a publication founded by her husband Oberon Zell-Ravenheart, is widely cited as the original source of the word. The article did not use the word "polyamory" but it introduced "poly-amorous". Jennifer L. Wesp created the Usenet newsgroup alt.polyamory in May 1992, and the Oxford English Dictionary cites the proposal to create that group as the first verified appearance of the word. The term polyfidelity, now considered a subset of polyamory, was coined in the 1970s by members of the Kerista commune. Naturally, such relationships existed long before the words for them came into use.