Daniel Davison, former bandmate of vocalist and guitarist Josh Scogin, took to the camera to direct the first video from duo ’68’s latest record, In Humor and Sadness. (Michael McClellan completes the duo on drums.) It’s a fresh take on the “empty warehouse” trope, and as Davison’s videos have shown, it’s fun to stick it out for the whole thing.

’68 is currently on tour in Europe, wrapping up with two shows in Russia with Touche Amore.

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