Published May 21, 2014Apparently Sprïng didn't have any goggles on hand when they filmed their new video for "Pax Calx," because it features lots of shots of the Vancouver four-piece opening their eyes underwater.
Directed by John Mutter, it shows individual shots of the guys laying in a bathtub. While cracking open their eyes and occasionally blowing bubbles, they blub along with the swirling psychedelic ballad.
Mutter said in a statement, "I wanted to make the video look and feel like how the song sounded. When I first heard 'Pax Calx' I got a very clear image of the band lying comfortably underwater, almost in a state of comatose, as if they were androids awakening for the first time after being completely assembled."
Scroll past the band's tour schedule to watch it. Sprïng have a Vancouver gig tonight (May 21) at the Next Music From Tokyo event.
05/21 Vacouver, BC - Biltmore (Next Music From Tokyo)
05/25 Portland, OR - Rontoms
06/28 Vacouver, BC - David Lam Park (Vancouver Jazz Fest)