These New Puritans Channel Terrence Malick in Artful 'Organ Eternal' Video

Willy Vanderperre helms latest clip for June's 'Field of Reeds' LP

Play
Kyle McGovern WRITTEN BY
Kyle McGovern

These New Puritans' last video, for the lushly orchestrated "Fragment Two," explored a gloomy, glacial landscape. Now, the British art-rock outfit have shared a new clip for a second Field of Reeds song that transports them to an all-white abyss, an eerie Phantom Zone that somehow suits a neoclassical trio with avant-pop chops. Directed by Willy Vanderperre, the "Organ Eternal" short features footage of the band performing the spiraling single interspersed with meditative close-ups of trees and grass à la Terrence Malick's The Tree of Life. The nearly six-minute piece ends with a transfixing shot of a woman running off into the distance, disappearing beyond view. Watch it all above.

00:00 00:00 No Song Selected More info
00:00 00:00
placeholder
Now Playing
  • 1 KLOË — Grip " 03:24
  • 2 Dead Right! — Rising Tide (Saint Motel Remix) " 03:17
  • 3 The-Dream — Fruition " 04:33
  • 4 A. G. Cook — What I Mean " 04:06
  • 5 Howardian — Be Fruitful " 02:03
  • 6 The Suffers — Make Some Room " 04:34
  • 7 Adventures — Your Sweetness " 04:10

SPIN is a member of SPIN Music Group, a division of BUZZMEDIA