Watch the World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die's Surprisingly Subtle 'Low Light Assembly' Video

Dynamic octet's debut LP, 'Whenever, If Ever,' out now on Topshelf Records

Kyle McGovern WRITTEN BY
Kyle McGovern

Okay, so, Connecticut's The World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die don't have the most subtle name, but the emo-leaning eight-piece is capable of understatement. The verbose and hyper-sensitive outfit have just shared a quietly dignified music video for "Low Light Assembly," a piano-led, post-rock-straddling standout from their debut album, the recently Whenever, If Ever. Directed by Alex Henery, the three-minute clip catches the band on a bright summer day, swimming in a lake. No theatrics, or ambitious visual effects, or carefully selected outfits — just a group of friends jumping from a rocky ledge into deep green water, basking in the sunlight and realizing the world is a beautiful place. Watch it above.

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