In August, Twin Peaks released a rollicking and youthful sophomore album in Wild Onion. Since then, the CoSigned Chicago rockers have been promoting the effort through touring and releasing a series of music videos, including The Sandlot-inspired treatment for “I Found A New Way” and the raucous pool party-themed “Flavor”. Now, the band has premiered a new clip for album cut “Mind Frame”.
In the accompanying visual, director and frequent collaborator Ryan Ohm makes liberal use of green screen with fake motorcycles and fake backdrops. Because the visual was obviously made on a bare-bones budget, it’s hilarious seeing the band exploit the shoddy effects by playing their instruments and wearing funny wigs. Watch it below.