<blockquote> Marissa Paternoster (vocals, guitar)
Jarrett Dougherty (drums)
King Mike (bass)
<blockquote> Produced and Directed by Lance Bangs
Edited by Pete Larsen
New Jersey punk rockers, The Screaming Females, have released a ghoulish video of "Hopeless" off of their latest album Rose Mountain that came out earlier this week. Check it out above.
The video takes place at a creepy playground, filled with menacing plastic animals, tons of black images, and weird sketch doodles over their faces. Oh and how could a creepy ghoulish video be complete without dripping body parts? Lead guitarist and singer, Marissa Paternoster, discusses her inspiration for the song with the Boston Globe:
I thought my body was this weird entity beyond how I truly felt — it was separate from me, almost as if I was looking at it from the outside and it was another person who was being really cruel and manipulative... I spent so much time hanging out at home by myself that I could dedicate a lot of hours thinking about this abstraction.
The video is very interesting to say the least.
For Screaming Females's latest music, news, and tour dates, check out their Zumic artist page.
Source: Don Giovanni Records