The Real Tuesday Weld Release Video For ‘Tear Us Apart’

Funny, I just posted a story about David Lynch and the video for The Real Tuesday Weld‘s Tear Us Apart has some very Lynch-esque visuals. Directed by Alex de Campi (check out some of her other music videos here), the video is a creepy love story done with stop motion puppets. She states: “I wanted to refer tangentially to the book [Ed. note: Glen Duncan's The Last Werewolf], however, so I started off with the moon, and the idea of a love triangle — and of a wolf and a doe. Out of that, and out of what the noises in the song suggested to me, came the absurdist love story in the film.”

Singer/musician Stephen Coates: “I love working with filmmakers because they hear your music in a different way than you hear it, and their images are different images than you have. It brings something else to the music. It brings a whole different interpretation to the song.”
Check after the jump for the very cool video and make sure to check out my review of The Real Tuesday Weld‘s The Last Werewolf: A Soundtrack.