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VICE Exclusive: Watch Elvis Depressedly's New Video and Feel Feelings

The band's new album is a beautiful, melancholic record.

by Charlie Ambler
Apr 21 2015, 6:51pm

If you want to be a good person, you generally have to rip off your unconvincing teenage façade of ironic detachment and feel real feelings. People hurt other people, and shame and regret can really fuck with your head. That's the territory Elvis Depressedly explores in their new video for the song "Thou Shall Not Murder." The track is off their upcoming album, New Alhambra, which comes out on May 12 via Run for Cover Records.

It's a beautiful, melancholic video, and director Micah Van Hove had this to say about it: "For me, the words and melodies on New Alhambra are bathing in a sense of reclaimed innocence that compelled me to explore how a child internalizes the notion of death for the first time."

Preorder New Alhambra here.