Milan-based trio the Ghibertins released their single, "Breathe For Me," last Friday. Now, the folk rock outfit has shared a video to go along with that release, which comes from a new album out later this year. As you can see above, the video, which is shot initially in black-and-white, is a chase of two finding each other.
"There are moments in all our lives where we need somebody to help carry our load and effectively 'Breathe For Me,'" singer Alessio Hofmann says. "With this video, we wanted to create a sense of angst. The shaky camera movements, the constant motion of the subjects and the low depth of field all contribute to creating anxiety while the lack of color brings the attention to the subject's expression and, I believe, makes for a stronger connection."
Watch it above, and grab it here.
The Ghibertins' The Less I Know The Better is out later this year via Mob Sound Records.