"Panic Attacks" is a calm song about freaking out, and its new video, premiering today on The FADER, maintains its muted breakdown vibe. Elohim and Yoshi Flower break mirrors and bleed out in one world, and completely destroy the perfection of a second. A white snake seems to move between both, seemingly calm while its surroundings unfurl. In an email, Elohim explained that the duality of the video.
"'Panic Attacks' represents two instances," she explained. "One is eternal, while the other occurs over a matter of moments. Our intent was to show the dual nature of human spirit. Eternally - we will always be our best selves. On the other hand, reality can only be an imperfect representation of our best intent and in those moments a different self may be presented. No matter the surroundings beauty can always shine through."
"Panic Attacks" is taken from Elohim's self-titled debut album, out April 27. She's currently on a North American tour with support from Yoshi Flower. Dates and tickets can be found here. Watch the new video below.