Experimental rock group STOLEN BABIES, which has been swiftly taking over the experimental and alternative rock and metal underground in the past few years, has teamed up with Vice's Noisey channel to unveil the eerie-yet-beautifully-mesmerizing new music video for the track "Second Sleep". The clip was helmed by Ilan Sharone, well-known video director and brother of Rani and Gil, with visual FX and animation by Meats Meier. The track comes off the band’s most recent full-length release, entitled "Naught". The album is available at your local music retailer and through iTunes, Amazon and all other standard digital retailers.
"We wanted the video to feel dream-like and echo the vibe of the song," states STOLEN BABIES states vocalist Dominique Lenore Persi. "Something is always a little off but not in a way you can put your finger on. When we're underwater, everything is more of a struggle, which adds to the feeling of being unable to control the situation."
STOLEN BABIES will perform select dates this summer in their home state of California. On July 5, the band will play its first Bay Area show in some time at The New Parish in Oakland. A month later, the group will be in West Hollywood, California at The Roxy as part of Hollywood's annual Sunset Strip Music Festival.
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