Earlier this year, Frankie Rose took a break from her solo career and, along with Drew Citron, formed the indie-pop duo Beverly. They announced their existence to the world with an immaculate fuzz-pop single called “Honey Do,” and now they’ve made a video for that single. Director Hanly Banks has put together a series of beautifully-framed moving portraits of teenagers, capturing their surly awkward joyous gangly presences with a powerful degree of empathy. I hope it doesn’t seem too weird when I tell you that the thing moved me. Watch it below.
Beverly’s debut album Careers is out 7/1 on Kanine.