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Watch a Suicide in Reverse in The Bots' "No One Knows" Video

Earlier this year, The Bots brothers released country/folk-inflected stand-alone single "No One Knows" (they also performed a stripped-down version of it in the backseat of a car in Texas, which you can watch below). In a blog post about the single I noted The Bots sounded more world-weary than ever, and that certainly comes across in this new official video—directed by LA-based filmmaker Alexi Papalexopoulos—in which we watch a woman's suicide unfold in reverse. It starts with an underwater shot, presumably from the woman's perspective after leaping off a towering rock face, and ends in her kitchen as she pens a note. It's interspersed with shots of the duo, Anaiah and Mikaiah Lei, performing the song in some scenic settings, like on the side of a sand dune and inside a house full of dusky natural light. The Bots' Sincerely Sorry EP is out now and their debut full-length is due later this year.

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Watch a Suicide in Reverse in The Bots' "No One Knows" Video