Seattle four-piece Chastity Belt released their very good sophomore LP, Time To Go Home, earlier this year. Most of the videos they’ve given us for its tracks have been charming lo-fi excursions, but the new clip for “Lydia” is more deliberate in its imagery and symbolism, constructing a black-and-white dreamworld out of hand-cut paper scenery. “We were hoping we could shoot the paper in such a way that it would look dreamy and strange, both delicate and sturdy,” director Shaun Libman told NPR, where the video premiered. “Every shape and curve…embodies the emotional state of the main character.” Watch below.
Time To Go Home is out now on Hardly Art.