Weaves Get Sporty and Surreal in New "Slicked" Video

Weaves Get Sporty and Surreal in New "Slicked" Video
Weaves drop their stellar sophomore LP Wide Open today (October 6), and to mark the occasion, the Toronto band have unveiled a brand new video for album cut "Slicked."
 
The clip was directed by Zak Tatham and gives us a surrealist glimpse into the band members' athletic alter egos. Hockey nets hang off of basketball backboards, skates top football uprights and a million different kinds of balls fly across the baseline of the baseball diamond, twisting all the rules and expectations of sports as we know them. There's still plenty of mesh and tight pants, though.
 
Check out the delightfully strange clip for "Slicked" down below.
 
Wide Open is out now via Kanine/Buzz/Memphis Industries. Read Exclaim!'s feature on Weaves — fresh from the October issue — over here.