AFI revealed another new video today (Jan. 5) taken from their upcoming album AFI. The clip picks up where their previous video, "White Offerings, left off with frontman Davey Havok staring intensely at the camera. It then switches to surreal visuals with the band zooming in and out of frame and playing in front of the album's artwork. Blinding colors, swirling shapes, and even playing in space are all found this trippy. You can watch it over at Pitchfork.
Directed by Drew Kirsch, the video is meant to be “expanding endlessly from an empty room, the ‘Snow Cats’ video animates a cyclical struggle with the surreal colors of applied persona and identity," according to Havok in a statement. Previously, the band released a clip for "White Offerings," which found them performing in all-white in a room that slowly gets covered in black. You can watch that video above.
AFI drops Jan. 20 via Concord. Pre-orders are currently available. To support the album, the band are also heading out on tour starting Jan. 20 in LA and running until Feb. 21 in San Diego, CA. Tickets are on sale now.
Havok is expected to drop more new music with his new projects Dreamcar, which features former No Doubt members Tony Kanal, Adrian Young, and Tom Dumont. Though they haven't released any music yet, the band have already landed a spot for this year's Coachella festival.