The ten-minute clip begins with a fiery performance from the band that quickly dissolves into chaos as they start splattering their instruments with paint. As the video plays out, things get more ominous with shots of people in a trance walking towards an unknown entity. The entity’s power grows stronger, luring people in until they reach the band now clothed in white and blindfolded performing in the forest. Soon, people scatter, fearful of the entity’s presence, except for the band who eagerly embrace it.
Watch the video below.
Both tracks appear in Biffy Clyro’s new album, The Myth Of The Happily Ever After, out October 22nd. The album is a reaction to 2020’s A Celebration of Endings and serves as “a rapid emotional response to the turmoil of the past year.”
Biffy Clyro will embark on their fall UK and Ireland tour in October. Find those dates here.