Hand Habits released a great album this year titled Wildly Idle (Humble Before The Void), and today Meg Duffy debuted a new video for stand-out track “Book On How To Change.” The clip was directed by Chantal Anderson, who provided the following context for her interpretation of Duffy’s song:
The film is a visual exploration of identity, youth and place set in a small town in the Eastern Sierras accompanying Hand Habit’s transcendent song, “Book on How to Change.” Through the gaze of a young woman we see the characters and quotidian moments of her life pass, as she walks out of town and metaphorically out of the confines of her identity and space. The ending is open to interpretation — real or imagined — she exchanges the narratives of her past for an awakened expression of self.
Watch below via AdHoc.
Wildly Idle (Humble Before the Void) is out now via Woodsist.