Savages – “Marshal Dear” Video

Savages’ great debut album Silence Yourself ends with “Marshal Dear,” an uncharacteristically slow, thick, heavy gothed-out dirge of a song. It might represent the best use of saxophone and piano on a postpunk track since the Rapture dropped Echoes a decade ago. And now “Marshal Dear” has a video, a scratchily animated meditation on bombs and factories and the industrialization of death. Gergely Wootsch designed and animated the video. It’s below.

(via Pitchfork)

Silence Yourself is out now on Pop Noire/Matador.