I’m dying for music videos to make a serious comeback. I know they still exist, but remember the days when it was the number one way you heard new music? Put yourself back in the late 80’s or early 90’s when MTV was all that mattered to a teenager. If you need help getting to that place, this new video from indie rock band Comforter should help. Not only is it a killer video, but it also has VHS tapes, toxic green goo, and ashtrays. That combination can only be found during the 85-95 era.
“In the Dead of Night” sees the band trying to rehearse when they are abducted. They are then put into some sort of Clockwork Orange-esque brainwashing situation that revolves around a green drink more toxic than Mountain Dew. I don’t want to spoil anything, but the story becomes cyclical and has a cool twist. The video is beautifully shot and tells a great story, so much so that you almost forget about the grungy and epic pop-punk jam you’re listening to.
Needless to say, Never Nervous is stoked to premier the video for “In the Dead of Night” by Comforter. Watch Below.