Low "Into You" (video)

Low  "Into You" (video)
Continuing to plug last fall's Ones and Sixes, veteran slowcore trio Low have unveiled a tranquil but beaming new video for the record's "Into You."

The slow-mo clip was directed by Jim Burns and Beth Chalmers, with the camera tracing the movements of a band performance in Glasgow. Mallet-whapped drum skins and guitar strums bask beneath a glow of lights, which spread across the screen pointillism-style.

Additionally, we see the effects Low have on a crowd completely enraptured with the band.

"Inspired by the hypnotic reflections of the River Clyde on the archways beneath Glasgow's city bridges, this film draws parallels between the power of a single beam of sunlight and the deeply affecting personal experience one feels during Low's live performance," the directors said in a joint statement. "Despite being part of a crowd, Low's music invokes within you a profound and unique individual perspective."

If you're likewise into Low, you can experience the video via the stream below.