There’s a darkness to this single from Great Northern’s debut album Trading Twilight for Daylight that belies its sun-streaked textures and killer chorus, and that darkness comes out subtly in this respectfully arty video for the track, directed by Josh Forbes (Cold War Kids, The Shins, Irving). Old-world clothing and sepia hues decorate the fading photographs and creaky old houses that keep zooming in and out, running away from the memories that the band’s addressing when they sing “When you come home / It’s something less than a holiday/They’ll be sneaking up behind you again.”
Home Video: Great Northern "Home"
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