Brooklyn noise rock shoegazers A Place to Bury Strangers released their Transfixiation album early this year, and now that that's all over they've shared a video for "Now It's Over."
The clip utilizes a diverse spread of animation styles to create a noirish, eclectic look. It was directed by Dave Merson Hess, who shared the following statement about its creation:
I loved the mood of 'Now It's Over', and the way the lyrics and arrangement captured the feeling of a breakup as a complete destruction of a particular, insular reality, a way of living being ripped apart at the seams, on both vague and sudden terms. Film noir felt like a perfect match for it. The inevitability of failure built into the genre fit the song's lyrics, murky, reverbed vocals, and jagged guitar sounds.
Watch the video for "Now It's Over" below.