Portishead production mastermind Geoff Barrow also leads the improv-based, krautrock-influenced trio BEAK>, and they’re about to release a new split EP with themselves. On the BEAK KAEB EP, they record two songs under the name BEAK and two more under the name KAEB, and we’ve already posted KAEB’s video for “When We Fall.” Now BEAK have posted their clip for “The Meader,” and it’s pretty unsettling. The whole video is a herky-jerk point-of-view shot, and we see the perspective of someone scrambling along a train platform and running through the streets of some unnamed town. It all leads weird places in the final seconds. James Hankins directed it, and you can watch it below.
The BEAK KAEB split EP is out 7/31 via Invada Records.