Alternative band Charming Liars have teamed up with The Noise to share an exclusive first look at their brand new music video. Watch the stop-motion animated video for their latest single, "Blame,"
On the new video, the band shares: " We had planned to put out this video right as we were finishing our last European tour. Things changed and now we release it as we all stay home. The video represents a simple visualization of a relationship between two people and utilizes the heart as the driving force.
Instead of doing a performance piece or animated video or lyric video, we went the route of stop motion. Something about it lent itself so well to this type of song and hopefully it gives the viewer a new perspective when watching it."
Charming Liars evolution began in London's West End when guitarist Karnig Manoukian and bassist Mike Kruger were still in their teens. Both came from homes with wide ranging and eclectic musical tastes, and that early exposure informed their approach to making music.
2019 proved to be a breakout year for the band, who released their debut album, Thought, Flesh and Bone, a follow-up acoustic EP, Bare Bones, and closed the year with a live collection titled Live 2019. They also headlined shows on the West Coast, toured Europe with The Faim, and crossed the US as direct support for Angels & Airwaves.
Charming Liars look to continue this success with a series of upcoming singles, including the recently released "Golden State."