Published Sep 26, 2017Montreal post-punk outfit We Are Monroe released their debut LP White Lights earlier this year, and now they've given album cut "D.M. Me" the video treatment.
Infused with healthy dose of darkly danceable synth work, the track exists in the tension between the primal urges that humans feel and the social constrictions that prevent us from acting on them.
The accompanying video was directed by Thomas Fontaine, and gives viewers a glimpse at ultimate "relationship goals." An elderly couple engage in a clandestine relationship, sneaking away and going out drinking and dancing in broad daylight.
"This video demonstrates how there is no age to stop living," frontman Patrick Gomes said in a statement. "It doesn't matter if you're old or young, healthy or sick; It's a choice that we make."
Watch the video clip for "D.M. Me" down below.