Published Nov 20, 2012This year has been a big one for Trust, as they released their debut album, TRST, through Arts & Crafts before continuing their campaign with a string of videos and tours. Now, the Toronto electro-pop creeps have shared another new clip.
The video is for a solemn piano version of "Sulk" performed in-studio at Revolution Recording by Trust's Robert Alfons. It strips away the synths and clubby beats of the original from TRST, instead leaving this as a sweet and stripped-down ballad. The video shows footage of Alfons seated at the piano performing the track, his face blurred by a kaleidoscopic filter.
This clip coincides with the band's latest tour. They are currently on the road in North America with the Faint. See the schedule here.