Fleet Foxes have shared a short film for “If You Need To, Keep Time On Me”, the latest single from last year’s Crack-Up. The clip was directed by and stars choreographer Ryan Heffington, best known as the man behind Sia’s “Chandelier” and Arcade Fire’s “We Exist” (as well as Spike Jonze’s ridiculous perfume commercial).
The short finds Heffington preparing for a dinner party with what looks to be some good friends. However, a hidden affair leads to tension beneath the pleasant scene. As the wine is poured and dinner is served, Heffington’s secret boils over into an emotive interpretive dance.
Check out the clip below
Fleet Foxes are hitting up the festival scene hard this summer in continued support of Crack-Up. New York’s Panorama, Helsinki’s Flow Fest, Seattle’s Bumbershoot, and Chicago’s Pitchfork Music Festival are all on the docket. Find their full schedule on the band’s website.