Yvette Take Industrial Art-Punk to Abandoned Spaces in 'Radiation' Video

Brooklyn duo's 'Process' is out now on God Mode Records

Chris Martins WRITTEN BY
Chris Martins

On their debut album Process, Yvette carve out a sound that owes equally to Wire's post-punk and the droning art-rock of contemporaries such as Liars. That 11-song set is out now via God Mode, but the Brooklyn-based duo are now unveiling their first music video. Seen above, the Anthony Sylvester-shot clip for "Radiation" explores a series of once-domestic spaces that are well on their way to being reclaimed by nature. Though not a single soul appears in the short, the images feel enchanted with their own strange magic, violent in parts and placid in others. Meanwhile, the music offers a mix of buzzsaw sonics, chanting, powerful percussion, and grinding guitar.

YYVETTE 'Radiation' Video Process Band

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