Scottish indie rock band Frightened Rabbit have shared an official music video for their new track, "Get Out." Watch it above, via the band's YouTube.
Shot in the city of Kiev, the video shows two women going back-and-forth between a range of emotions ultimately connected to the complex nature of love. The large statue you can see is the Mother Motherland sculpture, otherwise known as the Motherland Monument (or Rodina-Mat in Russian), at the Museum of The History of Ukraine in World War II.
Frontman Scott Hutchison shared some insight about the video's theme with NPR Music:
It's about that person to whom you are completely addicted... They are a drug, and the one that you don't feel like quitting. They live in your blood and will not leave. I've always found it compelling to write about the physical nature of love and loss, rather than the mental aspect.
"Get Out" will be on Frightened Rabbit's upcoming album, Painting Of A Panic Attack, which is scheduled to be released on April 8, 2016. Pick it up on Amazon.
For the latest music, news, and tour dates from Frightened Rabbit, check out their Zumic artist page.
Source: Frightened Rabbit YouTube