It's hard to believe that The Burning Of Rome began in multi-instrumentalist Adam Traub's recording project in his Oceanside, CA laundry room. A lot has changed since those days (Traub recruited a full band and together have released two albums), and today we're excited to premiere the group's latest video for "God Of Small Things." Watch the eerie clip above.
"With satire in hand, charm in our hearts and casino smoke in our lungs, we climbed to the 18th floor of a Las Vegas hotel to shoot this picture," Traub recalls. "The song is an ode to death and an anthem of rebirth--call it metempsychosis. We took a dip in the stream of consciousness of Muse's video director Tim Qualtrough to conjure up the video, we hope our fans find it with a tinge of fear and a whole lotta love. Beget, the God of Small Things!"
"God Of Small Things" comes from the band's latest album, Year of the Ox, which you can order on iTunes.