The new video from The Loom‘s “Fire Makes” feels ominous. Set in a group self-help meeting, could be 12-steps, could be grief support, the band’s krautrock with a psych streak thunders through the metal folding chairs as individuals bang and stomp and express their own fiery pain. The video is about “embracing chaos for the existentially lost,” because what else is there to do with chaos but embrace it? It’s the only way to conquer the beast.
VIDEO PREMIERE: The Loom “Fire Makes”
The Loom is Brooklyn’s own John Fanning (guitar, vocals), Lis Rubard (french horn, trumpet, keys, vocals), John Mosloskie (bass, vocals), and Mike Rasimas (drums). “Fire Makes” is off the their new album Here in the Deadlights. Watch the video for “Fire Makes” below.
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