Alt-rock band Autopilot debuted the video for its new single Monday.
The band, not to be confused with the North Carolina-based band by the same name, debuted the video for its song ‘Undisguised‘ via YouTube. Directed by Kevin Van Witt, the video follows one of the band’s members through the streets of a busy city. As the band member makes his way through the city, he encounters situations such as homeless residents of the city, giant eyeballs looking out of windows (trippy, but true) and otherwise empty streets.
The video’s visualizations are meant to help illustrate the song’s lyrics. This is explained through a collective statement from the band. The band’s members note in the statement that the song is a work “that bridges the feelings of the times with modern rock vibes. It’s a song that questions why do we put up walls when love is what we really want.”
Stylistically, the song lends itself to works from Modest Mouse. The song is taken from Autopilot’s latest album, Afterglow. Audiences can stream and down the album here.
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