Philadelphia-based indie-rock outfit Mothers are back with another single "Pink", which is accompanied by the simple, yet pensive visuals.
Mothers announced their sophomore album Render Another Ugly Method earlier this year.
"Pink" is the second track to come from the album, after "Blame Kit".
“"Pink" deals with the passage of time,” explains Mothers lead singer and songwriter Kristine Leschper. "It describes a series of memories within cars - cars of my childhood, recent past, and present - and subsequent feelings of childlike removal and helplessness. The video aims to reciprocate these three vignettes of idling, through limited actions and minimalist set design divided into three parts.”
Their forthcoming album is produced by John Congleton (St. Vincent, Angel Olsen, The War on Drugs), who details his excitement to work with Mothers, "The first time I heard Mothers I knew it was a band that I wanted to work with. So special and idiosyncratic, it is impossible to ignore their point of view. I loved making the record and seeing them work."