Video Premiere: La Luz “Black Hole, Weirdo Shrine”
all-girl surf noir
La Luz might sound like blissed-out Cali surf rock, but their music has a darkness that lies beneath. Maybe that's because the all-girl four-piece hails from Seattle, where storm clouds and rain are a way of life. In fact, they've dubbed their sound "surf noir."
Today we're premiering the video for "Black Hole, Weirdo Shrine," the sort-of title track off their new album,
(out today on Hardly Art). It's a psychedelic trip into a nightmarish desert, where danger lurks behind every cactus. "We really wanted an animated video for this song, and Meghan’s idea was to make something that felt like
’ which sounded just right," singer Shana Cleveland told us, referencing Alejandro Jodorowsky's cosmic fantasy Western.
Watch the video for "Black Hole, Weirdo Shrine" below.