Fear of Men teamed up with director Eleanor Hardwick to create a video for "Descent" from their debut album 'Loom' out now on Kanine Records. Fear of Men claims the track is lyrically the darkest song on the album, while Pitchfork describes "Descent" as "Vocalist Jessica Weiss explores the complicated co-dependency of love as she refers to the intense connection as both a 'dream' and 'sickness' while repeatedly concluding in the pre chorus, 'Cause I am you.' Directed by Eleanor Hardwick
Brighton indie pop act Fear of Men released their excellent Loom album last month. They've since revisited the record with a video for the song "Descent."
Directed by Eleanor Hardwick, the mostly red video focuses on a couple who eat some food, hold up mirrors to one another and, though its fairly vague, seem to develop some problems. The shots are interspersed with black-and-white footage of the band's Jess Weiss singing the song. The video also includes the song's full lyrics. -- Exclaim!
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