White Lung "Below" (video)

White Lung 'Below' (video)
White Lung are revving up to take us to Paradise on their next LP, but before the record arrives next week, the band have shared a brand new clip for "Below."
In a press release, frontwoman Mish Barber-Way describes the song as her "Stevie-Nicks-meets-Celine-Dion" ballad. It's about glamorous women, and was inspired by a quote from a recent interview with Camille Paglia, in which the author and cultural critic said:
Beauty fades. Beauty is transient. That is why we value it. Feminism's failure to acknowledge that beauty is a value in itself, that even if a woman manages to achieve it for a particular moment, she has contributed something to the culture.
"It's a song about the preservation of glamour and beauty," Barber-Way further explained.

As for the video, it stars AnnaLynne McCord alongside other Marilyn Monroe lookalikes watching the band perform in a fancy theatre. It was directed by Richard Bates Jr., who recently made Trash Fire — a film that also stars McCord and Barber-Way.
Paradise is due out on May 6 via Domino. Hit play, uh, below to check out the video for "Below."