Heavy vibes all around for this video from Moon Duo's Sacred Bones EP of the same name. Shot in ridiculously high detail (you can see dude's wrinkles' wrinkles) by Jacqueline Castel—who also directed this and this—not a whole lot goes on for the video's five minute run time, but it doesn't need to. Instead, the band travels down into a deeply cavernous bass wormhole and never really emerges until the song lets up and they walk off into the distance on the beach at night. It ends up looking a whole lot like we imagine hanging on the moon for the day does. Richard Branson! Holler at us so we can confirm that the actual moon looks as beautiful as this beach.