"Top Notch" - Manchester Orchestra [Vevo Video]

Derek Kademian

by Derek Kademian

Published February 24, 2014

Manchester Orchestra have released an eerie video for their newest single, "Top Notch" which will be featured on the album, Cope.

The video comes standard with everything that a creepy video requires: a black and white photo montage of a child, close ups of eye balls, flickering lights, guns and mysterious hands using sign language.

During an interview with On Record Magazine, front man Andy Hull stated that their new album is going to be very guitar driven and "Top Notch" is a perfect example of this.

Hull went on to explain the structure of Cope as well:

"I wanted something that was a reaction to Simple Math. I think everything you do is a sort of reaction, so, to me, it didn’t make any sense to me to try and do something grand with a string section. Instead, I wanted to do something grand with the very basic elements of rock instrumentation, and wanted something very immediate and very to the point but with layers. We tried to make something that was complex but simple."

Cope is Manchester Orchestra's first album since their critically acclaimed 2011 album, Simple Math. It's due on April 1st via Loma Vista and is available for preorder on their website.



Source: Vevo

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