In the short and cutting clip, female avengers stalk across a scorched land in full paganistic garb.
The plot is murky, but the implications are unsettling and effective: danger abounds, and someone probably won't make it out alive.
Collecting songs dating back to the band's very first singles and EPs, Cuts Across the Land showcases the Duke Spirit's fiery, bluesy indie rock.
It's clear that they worship PJ Harvey (especially on "Win Your Love"), Patti Smith, and the Velvet Underground -- influences that are pretty much the touchstones for any cool, tough-sounding band with a powerful frontwoman.
Spending several intense years in the same space – mentally and physically – with the same people, in stressful situations, can bring out the worst in everybody.
premieres above, the British blues-rock group invited friend and artist Kid Acne to collaborate on a darkly ritualistic vision that perfectly mirrors the band's raw, nervy aesthetic.
Following the attack Avry experienced feelings of shame for not doing more to stop it.