Mount Kimbie – “Blue Train Lines” (Feat. King Krule) Video

UK production duo Mount Kimbie just announced that they’re coming back with the new album Love What Survives, their first in four years. They recently shared the King Krule collaboration “Blue Train Lines,” and now they’ve got a video for the same song. In the clip, directors Raf Fellner and Tegen Williams use old documentary evidence to tell, in a roundabout way, the story of Ishi, the last survivor of the Native American Yahi tribe, who died in 1916. Through their images of dumpy libraries and rickety equipment, they also show the sorts of things you’re going to need to use to discover stories like his. Check it out below.

Love What Survives is out 9/8 on Warp.