Published Sep 14, 2016While West Coast experimental auteur Daniel Terrence Robertson's Death arrives later in the fall, he's repenting ahead of time with a music video for the collection's shadowy and fragile "God I'm Sorry."
The black and white video presents a steadily morphing blur of images, which cascade from quasi-floral shapes into jagged shards of geometry, and later into the faint image of a face. The clip was self-directed by Robertson, with a press release noting that it acts as "an experiment in self-portrait manipulation and the variability of self-perception."
Above this, we hear a mix of echo chamber digi-drums, pink-and-lavender tie-dye synth sonics and a gentle, defeated admission from Robertson: "God, I'm sorry I tried."
You can check out his apology below, while the rest of Death can be observed once Heavy Lark issues the LP on October 7.