Thursday, June 11, 2015

Check Out Human Behavior's Weird New Video from Artist Nika Kaiser

Posted By on Thu, Jun 11, 2015 at 12:33 PM

For those looking to inject some eerie vibes into their day, look no further than Human Behavior's new music video created by local visual artist Nika Kaiser. Blending visual Kaiser's penchant for the supernatural and use of desert scenery, the video is trippy and even a little unsettling. That, combined with the twangy and dark sounds of the song, which is simply titled "Chapter 3," the video takes you on part of a journey, but certainly leaves you wanting more. The jarring shouts, the screeching ambient background noise and drawling guitar vocalization on the track only lends to the mystery.


"Chapter 3" can be found on Human Behavior's newest release Bethpage. Tucson Weekly's most recent feature of the band had this to say of the album:

Bethphage, released on vinyl through Folktale Records and on CD through Diet Pop Records, is two tracks split into 10 chapters, an album that was written in sequence, a dark and weird folk odyssey that ponders a moment, a transition in Jesus' life.

The story is set on a hill overlooking Jerusalem, where Jesus sent his disciples out to get a donkey for him to ride into the city. As Jesus approached and saw the city, he wept over it.

The album was recorded at St. Cecilia Studios in downtown Tucson and is available now through Diet Pop Records.

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