Back in July, local coed indie rockers Those Darlins teased their Roger Moutenot-produced Blur the Line LP by baring their buttocks (well, a cheek apiece, anyway) for all of Eighth Avenue to see, and they haven't slowed down since. They've toured hard, released video after video and even had a slice of pizza named after them. So, with the holidays approaching, it's probably a good opportunity for the Darls to take a load off and relax, right?
Wrong! New music video! As you can see above, Those Darlins have a brand-new clip for the standout Blur the Line cut "In the Wilderness," which — rather than diminutive frontwoman Jessi "Zazu" Darlin — features guitarist and sometime frontwoman Nikki Darlin on vocals. "It's about my frustrations with the relationships between men and women and the dreams we build around each other," says Nikki of the tune. "Under these veils of sleep we find pleasures, illusions and horrific labyrinths in ourselves and lovers exposing our true nature bare." The video itself is directed by frequent Darlins collaborators Veta&Theo of Ovvio Arte, and it features just the sort of imagery we've come to expect of the crew: keyhole peepin', nipple tape, some Inception-like gravity-related mindfuckery, a booty crack and beyond. Dig in above.