Today, Twin Shadow's synth-rocking Confess officially hits the streets, complete with some biker-inspired artwork. In fact, a lot of the album has a menacing, rebel-without-a-cause feel, and that also translates to Twin Shadow's recent videos. First we saw the hyper-violent clip for "Five Seconds" which was based on a story co-written by Twin Shadow principal George Lewis, Jr.
"Patient" continues the narrative, and the video was also directed by "Five Seconds" captain Keith Musil. The music is less hard-charging this time around, more content to slowly simmer as the main character does the same. Twin Shadow has its own particular aesthetic now, and it's pretty cool to see that translated to the small screens of computers and the large screens of Times Square. Watch it below.
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