The latest album from Canadian band The Agonist hit the stores last September.
The sixth studio album in a row was named Orphans.
Three video clips have already been made from the album.
With Orphans the band delivered their most extreme, melodic, and larger-than-life sounding record to date.
The band made their latest video clip for the album’s title track after the pandemic.
Filmed in haunting black and white, the video dances between striking, dramatic and abstract images of frontwoman Vicky Psarakis as she delivers the eerie message of the track:
“The story behind “Orphans” was inspired by the novel “We Have Always Lived in the Castle” by Shirley Jackson.
It emphasizes the feeling of “not belonging” and the social and physical isolation that comes as a Even though we’ve all felt like outcasts at some point in our lives, it’s important to remember that we’re never truly alone and that there’s always someone there for you.
We’re all “Orphans”, but we’re in this life together.”
You can check out the video at the link below: