Toronto post-hardcore up-and-comers Diamond Weapon have debuted a video for ‘The House On 65th Street’, exclusively here at DEAD PRESS!.
The track comes from the band’s recently released ‘Eyes’ EP, whilst the video was filmed at Swan Dive in Toronto and directed by the band’s frontman, Louis Tentsos.
This is what Tentsos had to say of the song and video.
“The song was written about heartbreak and the concept of the video is meant to represent the feeling when you go out post-heartbreak; where it seems like everyone in the room is smiling, laughing and having the time of their lives, and you just want to disappear into a corner somewhere.”
You can check out ‘The House On 65th Street’ and its video below.
The band’s new EP, ‘Eyes’, is out now via City Set On A Hill Records.