Black Mountain Prove They're "Licensed to Drive" with New Video

You can also stream the Vancouver band's new album 'Destroyer'
Black Mountain Prove They're 'Licensed to Drive' with New Video
It's release day for Black Mountain, and the Vancouver rock unit are celebrating the arrival of Destroyer with a new video. The clip comes for album track "Licensed to Drive," and you can watch it now, as well as stream all of Destroyer.

The "Licensed to Drive" video was directed by Zev Deans, and as you'll witness, it involves an 8-bit videogame adventure full of barbarians, a 1976 GMC Sprint and a huge flying bat.

Speaking of the video, Deans said, "'Licensed to Drive' is a deep dive into the soul of a late 1970s living room, an exploration of the deep psychedelic fantasy at the core of the birth of the videogame."

Watch the video for "Licensed to Drive" below, where you can also stream all of Destroyer.

You can also read Exclaim!'s new interview with Black Mountain's Stephen McBean, as well as our album review.
Destroyer is out now via Dine Alone/Jagjaguwar.

Tour dates:

05/25 Tucson, AZ - 191 Toole

05/26 Pioneertown, CA - Stoned and Dusted
08/11 Bagnes, CH - Palp Festival
08/16 Las Vegas, NV - Psycho Las Vegas