Today Blessthefall dropped a new music video for the band’s single “Walk on Water” from their recent release, To Those Left Behind. The video was directed by Raul Gonzo — who has shot videos for ††† (Crosses), PVRIS, Enter Shikari — and was filmed in the woods of Northern California.

Vocalist Beau Bokan spoke about the music video via press release:

“We wanted to work with a director who was awesome at artistic imagery and could portray the feeling and raw emotion of this song on film. Raul was definitely the right man for the job. It has a bit of art and chaos in every clip. It’s so fast that people will be able to watch this over and over again to catch something new every time!”

The single comes from the Phoenix, AZ-based band’s fifth full-length release, which came out last Friday.

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