Last Friday New Zealand’s The Beths revealed their sophomore album Jump Rope Gazers and proved that the indie rock four piece just gets better with time. They also dropped a new video for the title track of the album, one of the many great songs of the release. Much like the music within, the video is as reflective and inward while never being boring or trite.
The song is melodic like much of the album, yet the vocals have more weight in their delivery system. The band sounds more symphonic on the track, showing their growth since their debut. The video features the band members venturing out into nature, looking for one another. Leaving symbols and remembering happier times together, things seem quaint until they’re visited by a bright light from above.
The video can be seen above or on YouTube. Jump Rope Gazers is available to purchase in various formats directly from Carpark Records. It’s also ready to stream on all streaming sites or to purchase from all digital retailers.
Image Credits: Photo by Amanda Chang.