The Darcys "Close to Me" (video)

The Darcys "Close to Me" (video)
Experimental Toronto indie rock crew the Darcys recently wrapped a fall tour in support of last year's Warring LP, but they aren't finished for the year yet.

The four-piece have unveiled a new video for album track "Close to Me," directed by Daniel A.M. Rosenberg. The clip sees a man coming home from work and slowly succumbing to madness against a backdrop of Toronto cityscapes and abstract art.

As drummer Wes Marskell told Red Bull Sound Select: "The clip sees a man slowly going insane as he tries to create the perception of beauty in the bleakness he sees around him. The hard truth is: it is often impossible to reconcile the things you see inside your head — the things that you believe to have value — with the reality that the world may never see them in quite the same terms. And yet, we keep trying."

Watch the competing perspectives in the video for "Close to Me" below.