Uniform is a noise band consisting of Brooklyn neighbors Ben Greenberg (The Men, Hubble, Pygmy Shrews) and Michael Berdan (York Factory Complaint, Drunkdriver, Believer/Law). As Noisey attests, the duo’s video for “Indifference” seems anything but indifferent. Directed by Micki Pellerano and shot by Jacqueline Castel, it delivers social and political commentary in the form of still black and white images with clips of Uniform performing. The video views like a photomontage beginning with an ideal categorization of love, mother, father, me, god, country, enemy, and happiness. Then as the song progresses, the categories begin to mix, shedding light on reality. The images of country show an electric chair, the image of mother moves to the enemy category, and so on. Watch below.