This spring, Chicago rock crew Twin Peaks will release a new full-length. Down In Heaven was mixed by Kurt Vile collaborator John Agnello and recorded on reel-to-reel in the weirdo-rock haven of Western Mass. Today, we're premiering the video for the album's surprisingly chiseled lead single. Comprised of one long shot, the clip is a grey-hued tour of North Chicago, nicely synced to the stately-paced track's drawled voices and warm guitars.
"We pulled it off in an afternoon," the band's Cadien Lake James told FADER over email. "Ryan and Jackson did some scouting and we landed on a stretch of Ravenswood Street here in Chicago where there would be enough variation in setting to keep a one-shot video visually grabbing: abandoned house, sidewalks, viaduct, stretches of fence, an alley underneath the elevated train. It was fun casting a video with friends and doing a video where the band wasn't the center of attention, it felt more like a making a piece of art." Down In Heaven is out May 13 on Grand Jury.