British quartet Svalbard have released a video for ‘Silent Restraint’, a track from last year’s full-length offering, ‘When I Die, Will I Get Better?’.
The video itself is composed of a bunch of footage submitted by friends and fans of the band, along with the members themselves, singing and dancing along to the track.
Guitarist Liam Phelan had this to say about it.
“Whilst putting these clips together I realised that, to me, this video represents positivity and togetherness in a time when we’ve never been further apart.
The juxtaposition between the lyrics to the song and the clips that we were sent are a perfect metaphor for the situation we currently all find ourselves in. Thanks to everyone who contributed. I had a lot of fun putting it together.”
You can check out the video for ‘Silent Restraint’ below.
The band’s third studio album, ‘When I Die, Will I Get Better?’, is out now via Church Road Records.