We have more news from alternative prog/pop outfit White Moth Black Butterfly, as the international quintet reveal an official music video for their song “Evelyn”, taken from their second album Atone. This release marks the band’s second music video from Atone, acting as a successor to the video for “Tempest”, which was released last month as an accompaniment to the album release.
It’s clearly no secret that the video is visually and conceptually striking, depicting what is a seemingly rich backstory, in addition to intriguing setting and surroundings. As many of you may be aware, the band is partially fronted by TesseracT‘s very own Daniel Tompkins, and in addition to the video premiere, he took the liberty of explaining some of this. Commenting on the style of the video, Dan states that ‘two aspects we were keen to have running throughout the music, artwork and visuals were that of nature and nostalgia‘, and in terms of the setting, he details that ‘having always wanted to shoot a video in Scotland, as it’s such a beautiful place, this was the perfect opportunity to create a piece of art that, for once, had an interesting and unusual concept.‘
Having been given a partial explanation of the video concept, all that remains is for you to watch it for yourself! You can do so via the link below:
Once again, the ambitious effort Atone from White Moth Black Butterfly is available now, so be sure to pick up a copy here. In addition, you can follow the band on Facebook to keep up with all the latest on new music, touring, and other such news.