Canada-based two-piece Strange & Primitive unveil an unusual video for their song 'Difficulties Be Damned' as they gear up to release their self-titled debut album in the UK on November 20th 2015 through The Deep Floor Inc..
The video is an animated short film set in space, and opens with a monstrous figure flying a spaceship towards some sort of planetary body. Meanwhile, a robot finds itself with the ability to bring animals back from the dead - as well as seeing how they died, which every time is at the hand (or foot) of a human. It becomes a nomadic warrior of sorts following blood trails to save the victims. When it comes across a deceased humanoid figure, it comes to life and rips apart its robot saviour, offering its head to the colossal beast whom he serves on its return from space. It's a trippy visual without the music, but the sonic addition definitely intensifies the experience with the tribal drums, analog synth sounds and dreamy, harmonised vocals.
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