Metric have delivered another video for their track ‘What Feels Like Eternity’
The track is the most recent review of the four-piece’s approaching new collection ‘Formentera’, which is set for discharge on July 8, and is the development to the band’s 2018 delivery ‘Specialty Of Doubt’. Metric recently delivered singles ‘All Comes Crashing’, and ‘Doomscroller’ from their yet-to-be delivered eighth studio collection.
The video for the gradually fabricating single, includes the band performing, as the track speeds up and entertainer Emily Haines sings, “It seems like endlessness/For what feels like time everlasting/And what could overwhelm me/Head down, don’t look into” over building guitars and twisting. At a certain point in the video, the band investigates the camera, which takes on a ’90s style channel, evolving outfits, having espresso, and getting ready for another presentation.
the band expressed existed in a “fantasy objections” travel guide that turned out to be on the work area of their recording studio.
“We had been living in our minds for quite a while, in light of the fact that we couldn’t genuinely go elsewhere,” guitarist and co-maker Jimmy Shaw said. “At the point when you pay attention to the collection from start to finish, you start with this quick sensation of strain working, of being caught in a circle, and afterward there’s this extreme delivery that occurs. You’re deeply inspired into the title track ‘Formentera’ and it’s like you got away.”
Haines proceeded: “We realized this that it wasn’t even about a genuine spot any longer, it was tied in with making a departure for yourself to you since you’re feeble over such countless things.”
Metric will set out on a North American visit in August on the side of ‘Formentera’, with UK and European dates set to be declared soon.