Published Jul 16, 2015If a mirror breaks in the forest and no one is there to hear it, does it still make a sound? We'll never know, but dark Toronto duo KINK show the spookiness that unfolds after a mirror is smashed in the forest in their video for "Fine Lines."
The clip matches the tone of the darkly dramatic, lightly folk-tinged alt-rock song. It begins with a mirror-breaking session on a forest path, and then band members Erica Schiopu and Dani Gagnon walk amidst the trees and engage in all sorts of creepy rituals involving lake water drunk from a goblet, hand cutting, forehead painting and tree carving. There are also some supernatural elements.
The video was filmed by Alex Schiopu. Watch it below.
"Fine Lines" is the title cut from KINK's forthcoming EP, which is due out on August 14. It's available to pre-order at PledgeMusic.
KINK are participating in this year's Warped Tour, which is coming to Toronto's Molson Canadian Amphitheatre on Friday (July 17).