Bombay Bicycle Club get heavy, visually speaking, in their new video for the song "Leave It." The camera slowly revolves in a circle as a random cast of characters occupy the seats. Pregnant women, amputees, convicts, and those grieving loved ones all have their flash across the seen, symbolizing every possible type of church basement meeting or support group. Bring some tissues with you after the jump.
The song itself is subdued during its verses. A simple guitar and bass riff loop until the song really takes off with the swelling of the chorus. The spinning of the camera only pauses for a couple of characters, a blind man or a choir, so they can take turns lip-syncing the song's woe-filled, accusatory hook of "Don't you go evade me now/Come see what you've done." Check out the video for "Leave It" below.