Directed by the prolific Christopher Good, who also helmed Mitski’s recent visual for “Nobody”, the clip finds frontman Barry Johnson cycling through a number of heart-swelling memories that nevertheless end in despair, whether that be through an interloping vacuum cleaner or a chess-playing reaper. The kaleidoscopic video suits the song’s sound, which carries a wistfulness that plays nice with the band’s punchy guitars.
Watch it below.
Million Dollars to Kill Me arrives on September 21st, and the band will follow its release with a North American tour. See the dates for it here.