You might think a video accompanying a song named '895,' written by a local post-hardcore band, would include sweeping shots of industrial Baltimore, but you'd be wrong. The video for the lastest from Pianos Become The Teeth features a wintry rural landscape with wood chopping, snow drifts, horses, and more, in spite of lyrical references to salt stacks, burned sulfur, and the Gentleman's Gold Club sign.
No matter, it's a lovely video for the slowly building track. '895' is the A-side of a Record Store Day 7-inch single, titled "Close," the band is putting out Saturday. Like B-side 'Dancing,' '895' is a leftover from the recording sessions for the bands critically lauded 2014 album "Keep You." Stream the video below (via The A.V. Club):