White Lung's new video for track "Sister", is best described by it's director Justin Gradin's simple words, "It's basically like a 90s chat line commercial on PCP."
Doused in warm pink and purple shades of light, the kind of light that radiates of seedy neon signs, the video follows a seemingly lonely man attempting to find love with two strangers via an advert for a chat line. Gradin, who also directed White Lung's 'Hungry' video had this to say about the visual premise of "Sister":
"In a lonely world a man seeks to find love through his telephone. He discovers two women with with whom he becomes obsessed with from their captivating and elegant conversations. In the end these two women's thrilling lives and escalating partying leave the man feeling isolated and rejected again."
The track comes from White Lung's fourth album
Paradise, which was released in May of this year. Watch the new video below.