Vancouver’s Belle Game have released a new video for “Low” with Noisey today. Pulled from their critically acclaimed sophomore album Fear/Nothing on Arts & Crafts, the video was directed by Kevan Funk and explores the cold, sterile nature of our fundamental longing for intimacy. Watch it here.
Fear/Nothing is a ten-track collection produced by Dave Hamelin (The Stills) and executive producer Kevin Drew (Broken Social Scene). A record of lush compositions, Belle Game combines the sweeping ethereal pop of the Cocteau Twins with the energetic vocal-driven melodies of genre-defying artists like Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Jessy Lanza. Known for their ability to weave ethereal soundscapes into blown-out, crush-pop confessions, Fear/Nothing received accolades from the likes of W Magazine and Blackbook and saw Belle Game emerge with their most ambitious work to date. More than a comparison, Belle Game works to deliver musical catharsis, a sound and experience of allowing themselves and the listener to achieve a point of extreme vulnerability and freedom.