U.S. Girls "Overtime" (video)

U.S. Girls "Overtime" (video)
U.S. Girls (a.k.a. Toronto-based pop adventurist Meg Remy) delivered her Free Advice Column this week through Ben Cook's Bad Actors imprint and is showcasing standout "Overtime" with an interpretive dance-manned rumination on the working world.

Set against the track's staccato piano stabs, rumbling rhythms and Remy's soulful if sinewy vocals, the clip has dancer Andrea Nann performing a series of stirring movements in either an idyllic, green-grass graveyard or a dank, machine-clanking factory. The latter has her quivering against a wall and fearfully analyzing a work-gloved hand.

Is it as simple as tying the long hours spent at the workforce locale to her an impending early exit from this mortal coil? You can figure that out for yourself by giving the video a peep down below.

Additionally, U.S. Girls has a couple concert dates lined up this fall, and you'll see the show info below as well.

Tour dates:

09/27 Brooklyn, NY - Death By Audio *

09/28 Philadelphia, PA - West Kensington Ministry

10/01 Pittsburgh, PA - VIA Fest

10/16 Brooklyn, NY - Knitting Factory (CMJ) #

10/17 Brooklyn, NY - Silent Barn ^

10/24 Sainte-Therese, QC - Cha Cha 

* with Spacin', Onakabazien

# with Yamantaka // Sonic Titan, Jacco Gardner, Saint Rich, ARP, Slim Twig
^ with Slim Twig, Home Comfort, Zacht Automaat, Gem Trails

% with Solids

Overtime - U.S. Girls from M. Remy on Vimeo.