Published Sep 27, 2012Montreal folk trio Half Moon Run released their debut album, Dark Eyes, earlier this year through Indica/Outside. Now, they've rolled out a video for the latest single from the album, "Call Me in the Afternoon."
The clip, which was shot near Portland by a fan of the band, shows a woman hanging out in the forest while hands emerge from the trees and disembodied mouths appear in the sky to sing along with the harmony-drenched acoustic tune. There's all sorts of unexplained phenomena here, from sudden bursts of fire to swarming wildlife and floating handprints, making for a curious and intriguing video.
Half Moon Run are currently touring the U.S. with Metric. They will then link up with Patrick Watson. See their schedule here.