Punk outfit AFI shared their new music video for "White Offerings," the first single from their upcoming album, AFI (The Blood Album). Premiering the clip on Rolling Stone, it finds the members decked out in white while performing the song on an all white set. Things don't stay pure for long as black paint begins splattering all over white roses and statues. The video ends on an uncomfortable note as frontman Davey Havok stares into the camera for several seconds before it ends. You can watch the video here.
Havok told Rolling Stone the idea behind the video saying "For "White Offerings," we were looking for a performance video, but we also wanted moments that touched on the themes of the song, and something that was visually striking. When we saw [Kirsch's] treatment, we thought it really did a good job of drawing in those themes of connection, imperceptions, incompatibility and transference that you hear in the lyrics."
Fans can expect more music videos from AFI soon. The band is currently filming clips for "Snow Cats" and "Aurelia," which they shared online Monday (Dec. 5). AFI (The Blood Album) comes out Jan. 20. Pre-orders are available now.
Along with new music from AFI, Havok will begin working with No Doubt members Tony Kanal, Adrian Young, and Tom Dumont in 2017 for their new project, Dreamcar. Though news about the musicians working together first dropped earlier this year, the name of the project was revealed last month on the group's new Instagram account. They also promised new music will be coming from them next year.