The War On Drugs - "Under The Pressure" video

The War On Drugs’ Lost In The Dream is one of the best albums that anyone has released in 2014, and the sprawling, gorgeous, nine-minute “Under The Pressure” might be its single greatest song. The new “Under The Pressure” video is a stark departure from the band’s last one, the knowingly goofy “Red Eyes” clip. This one is a somber zone-out that takes its time, with directour Houman alternating images of the band members playing alone in rooms with non-representational light-bending footage that seems to quote old experimental films. Check it out below.

(via Vulture)

Lost In The Dream is out now on Secretly Canadian.

Comments (4)
  1. It looks like they have A LOT of copies of “Slave Ambient” in their record collection.

  2. Props to War on Drugs. This song is 9 minutes of mastery and they release it in video without cutting not even one second. That’s how you show you did an amazing job.

    • I agree completely! The colors and cinematography in this video are pretty captivating and beautiful. Might have just found my favorite music video of the year right here

  3. I’m pretty Granduciel solved the energy crisis with this song because from what I’ve seen it’s totally capable of powering my car

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