MSTRKRFT’s Foreboding “Priceless” Video Harnesses the Machinery of War

Watch the black and white clip for the Canadian duo’s latest industrial techno assault.

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Jul 6 2016, 6:05pm

Toronto electronic duo MSTRKRFT have followed up the synth fetishist wet dream music video for "Party Line," with a grim, black and white clip for "Priceless," a track which features vocals from Las Vegas musician and visual artist Sonny Kay. Jesse F. Keeler and Al-P don't appear onscreen in this one, instead, director Nick Sewell works with heavily processed vintage war imagery, flashing slogans, and vaguely sinister men in suits.

Watch it above via Nylon, MSTRKRFT's new album Operator comes out July 22 on Last Gang Records.