Filed under: Music | Tags: death cab for cutie, Home Is a Fire, Nicholas Harmer, Obey, Shepard Fairey
Check out the new music video for Death Cab for Cutie’s “Home Is a Fire“, a single from the band’s forthcoming album Codes and Keys. The clip was co-directed by DCFC bassist Nicholas Harmer and visual artist Shepard Fairey (the man behind Obey Propaganda street art). It features color saturated shots of an urban setting literally plastered with Fairey’s wheat paste cut-outs, incorporating lyrics from the song. You can read the artists’ statements, commenting on the intersection of art, music and film, at the link above and watch the music video below.
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