Published Apr 17, 2014Arty Montreal project Blood and Glass's website features a few visual clips and live performances, but now the Lisa Iwanycki-Moore-spearheaded act has unveiled its first official music video. It's for the solemnly dramatic "Inferno."
The song is quietly mournful with an undercurrent of choral drama, and the video captures the cinematic tone with cryptic footage of people in masks. A press release explains, "Lisa teamed up with director Thomas Lesourd from France and they created a story using Dante's Inferno and the Greek myth of Eros & Psyche about jealousy." It also alludes to Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut.
Blood and Glass will play a show in Montreal on May 23 and 24 at Nomad. The performance is called "In Memory of a Tree." It's described as "a fake, fluorescent funeral for a tree."
Expect the project to release an album in September, but for now, watch the video for "Inferno" below.