English indie-pop band London Grammar
just dropped their video for "Non Believer," and, we don't endorse drug use, but I can't help but imagine what a doozy this would be to watch while tripping on some psychedelics.
First we see a distraught girl walking through the woods. Okay, maybe she just broke up with her boyfriend and is walking back to her place, or to her friend's place for emotional support... But no, because then things change rapidly. Suddenly, we see people running in the opposite direction. She walks into a dark, industrial-looking place with lots of spooky lights and fog, and in a blink of an eye she's falling through this huge world of twirling lights and waterfalls and mountains. Honestly, I have no idea what this place is. Maybe it's outer space, or the Upside Down from Stranger Things,
but what I do know is that it's magical.
All of this is happening while London Grammar's signature melancholic music plays; smooth vocals and dreamy guitars and piano come together to intensify this cinematic visual. It's undoubtedly powerful, and you can hear the rest of the album Truth Is A Beautiful Thing,