Published Jan 25, 2013Earlier today (January 25), Swedish two-piece the Knife recently revealed some song details for their impending Shaking the Habitual LP, and now the group have unveiled a music video for one of its lengthier cuts, "Full of Fire."
Musically, it's a post-industrial clanker full of electronic blips and bass-heavy drum machine pulsing, which serve to score understated, gender-role-questioning musings from Karin Dreijer Andersson.
Visually, we've got clips showing off a dish-washing experience, an elegantly-dressed woman squatting in front of a Mercedes-Benz in broad daylight to drop a piss, a protest, and a crew of erotically-charged, bondage-loving cycle enthusiasts. You can check it all out down below.
As previously reported, Shaking the Habitual arrives April 8 overseas and a day later in North America through Rabid/ Brille/Mute.
UPDATE: The video has been taken down. We will re-post it when possible. Sorry, folks.
UPDATE 2: The video is back. Watch it below.