You’re watching the new lyric video for “The Laws that Guide My Feet,” the first single from Arms for Elephants debut album, My Judas Scene. The post-hardcore band from Mankato, MN previously released an EP, Identities, in 2014, and the follow-up full length will be available physically and digitally on Sept. 1. HM Magazine’s Kyle Lehman will be directing the music video for this track; the lyric video seen here was done by View Maniac.

Guitarist and vocalist Fletch Archerd spoke via press release about the track:

“We chose ‘The Laws that Guide My Feet’ to be our first single because it captures so many elements of our sound in just a few fleeting measures. Lyrically, the song exhibits multiple voices/characters at various points. Instrumentally, it’s one of our more complex songs, and yet remains tethered to one simple hook in the chorus.”

If you dig the band’s sound, preorders for the album are currently available through iTunes and the band’s Bandcamp page.

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