Chairlift are building one hell of a videography for themselves, and the New York pop tinkerers have just unveiled a new clip for “Crying In Public,” a subtle and delicate song from their new album Moth. The new clip follows their recent videos for “Ch-Ching” and “Romeo,” and like them, it uses New York City as a grand canvas. Director Allie Avital starts it out as a simple black-and-white musicians-in-the-studio affair. Soon, though, it turns into a full-color meditation on teardrops and melting snow on a winter day in NYC. Watch it below.
Moth is out now on Columbia.