Published Sep 29, 2015No Joy's track "Judith" features lyrical references to growing older, and the song's newly unveiled video takes a rather poignant look at aging within the context of a relationship.
The song, which mixes new age softness with psychedelic wooziness and shoegaze fuzz, serves as the backdrop for a domestic melodrama in which a woman (named Judith, naturally) finds herself dissatisfied by her businessman husband, who appears to have emotionally checked out of the relationship. She finds comfort in her mother's advice and a glass of wine in the bathtub, and we eventually learn that the husband might not be as clueless as he initially seems.
The clip is presented with an extremely soft-focus filter. Check it out below.
Meanwhile, No Joy are touring in support of More Faithful this fall and will be playing a string of shows with DIIV.