Sigur Rós’s Valtari Mystery Film Experiment, in which the majestic Icelandic band recruits different directors to make short films out of all the songs on their new album, marches on. The latest entry, for “Seraph,” may be the most fully realized yet, despite its complete lack of Shia LaBeouf. This one is a cartoon about religiously motivated body horror, following a boy whose parentally-implanted fear of nudity causes him to carve eyeballs into his skin and make other questionable decisions. Dash Shaw directs, co-writing it with Hedwig And The Angry Inch creator John Cameron Mitchell. NSFW-ish for copious amounts of chaste cartoon nudity. Watch it below.
Valtari is out now on XL.