King Woman have unleashed the official music video for a new track titled “Deny”; view the clip below. Vocalist Kristina Esfandiari commented:
“The video for ‘Deny’ is a depiction of the shadow aspect in Jungian psychology. It’s about the inner darkness buried deep within the subconscious. In the video you see this portion of the mind surfacing and coaxing the preacher into his truest form; drawing out the aspects of himself which he loathes because it doesn’t fit in with his beliefs.
In church, I saw others being raised with a rod in their backs, trying to fight their own carnality – buried in shame and guilt. The belief was to deny anything inside of themselves that was considered ugly or wrong, and instead attain a pristine image. With this video we aimed to paint a picture of how tormenting and exhausting it is to wrestle with your true self.”
The song appears on the group’s upcoming album Created In The Image Of Suffering, slated to hit stores on February 24th through Relapse Records. Pre-orders can be secured from the label at this location, as well as, from the group’s Bandcamp.
[via Consequence Of Sound]