Published Sep 16, 2015Montreal post-punk posse Kurvi Tasch released their LP On Firm Ground last year, and album cut "Highest Realm" has just been given a visual makeover. Exclaim! has got your first look at the brand new clip.
It was produced and directed by Alexander Seltzer and serves as a representation of the track's lyrical themes. The story centres on a man running through his memories of "change and disappointment" that pair "existential angst with the stubborn perseverance of a young man tussling with life's obstacles."
As the song reaches its climax, the protagonist sees his future self through a window, sitting lonely and confused. "He want's to let people into his realm," the band explains, "but is not capable of digesting his own limitations."
The video arrives just before the band are slated to take the stage at Divan Orange on September 19 as part of their hometown's Pop Montreal festival. Information for the show can be found here, and you can check out the new video for "Highest Realms" in the player below.