Spencer Radcliffe just released a very good new album under his ambient Blithe Field side project, but there’s still some juice left in Looking In, his debut solo LP from last year. “Relief,” one of the tracks on that record, has just gotten a contemplative new video directed by Emilie Norenberg and filmed by Sirus f Gahan. It follows a girl languidly wasting time in a remote cabin, intercut with twitching insects hanging on for dear life. “My main request was that there be a minimal human presence, as that’s what the track is generally about,” Radcliffe explained to The Fader, who premiered the video. “The weight that someone’s presence or lack thereof does or doesn’t have.” Watch below.