"Butterfly" - Twin Peaks [YouTube Official Music Video]

Francesco Marano

by Francesco Marano

Published March 31, 2016

Editor's note: Music video replaced lyric video on May 16, 2016.

Chicago rockers Twin Peaks have shared a music video for "Butterfly," the second single from the band's upcoming album, Down In Heaven. Watch it above, via the band's YouTube.

Guitarist Clay Frankel shared some information about the song on the band's Facebook page:

This song was written in Texas last year, when I was in a sickened state after playing twelve or so shows in five days. So the lyrics are a mixture of negativity and exhilaration. Exhilaration because I was doing what I most loved to do, and negativity because it was really taking a toll on my mind and body. Death was on the mind. Also sex. Also The Zombies (there were posters of them everywhere). So I took the gentle and fleeting image of a butterfly and a simple group of chords and lots of yelling to make a sort of doomy dance song that quite honestly could be summed up as "let's have sex because we're all going to die." -Clay

Down In Heaven is set for a May 13, 2016 release. Pick it up on Amazon. Last month, the band shared the album's first single, "Walk To The One You Love."

For the latest music, news, and tour dates from Twin Peaks, check out their Zumic artist page.

Source: Twin Peaks Dudes YouTube

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