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Tegan and Sara have proposed ring-less non-marriages, rode through cities in pretend cars, and hung out with puppies in the music videos from their 2016 disc Love You To Death. Now the Canadian sisters are setting a new tone with their latest video and giving fans a cathartic visual for lost love.
Shot on a rainy day in Queens, New York, “White Knuckles” shows the sisters looking distraught while running through a wooded area until they finally come together and embrace. The black and white video also features dancers Mela Murder and Kaner Flex delivering beautiful contemporary routines in the same forest, contorting their bodies and representing the physical aspect of Tegan and Sara’s emotional pain.
Directed by Minister Akins, “White Knuckles” is the sixth music video from the twins’ eighth studio album.
Last week, the musical duo also dropped a new video for the song “Fade Out,” written for the film The Intervention. The new movie stars director Clea Duvall, who also directed “Boyfriend” and “BWU” from Love You To Death.
The latest video is another example of Tegan and Sara continuing to push boundaries on Love You To Death, with all ten tracks scheduled to receive music videos. At the beginning of August, Tegan and Sara teamed up with a group of LGBTQ artists to shoot an ode to pop stars with “Faint of Heart.” The message of the video shifted tones during filming, which took place the day after the Orlando massacre at Pulse nightclub.
Check out Tegan and Sara in “White Knuckles” below.