Watch the new video for FeverSleep’s tense, driving “Reckless Engineers”

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Last month, Portland, Oregon’s FeverSleep released their new self-titled EP via Ashtray Monument/Thirtysomething, and today they have a new video to share from the record. “Reckless Engineering” is a taut three minutes of driving post-hardcore, tense and simmering verses rising up into explosive choruses that pair the incendiary energy of At the Drive-In with the muscular melodicism of Constantines. It’s a corker of a track to start with, and today the band debuts its new video, featuring animation and editing by Kevin Hudson. It pairs a more traditional black-and-white performance video with split frames and colorful geometric elements, which bring an added, artful visual component to the clip. It’s a dazzling visual for a kickass song.

FeverSleep s/t EP tracklist:

A1 Reckless Engineers
A2 Split Skin
A3 Little Pins

B1 On A Hill
B2 Troubled Sleep
B3 No Reason

Grab the vinyl edition of the EP in the U.S. here, and in the EU here.

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