I’m pretty damned thrilled to premiere “Lost and Confused”, the new music video from sludge metal band Kylesa! Directed by Skip Terpstra, the video tells the tale of two criminals and the highs and lows that come with their line of work, all while mixing expertly shot performance footage. It reminds me of Natural Born Killers meets Pulp Fiction, maintaining this dark and gritty feel that mirrors the aggressive yet almost dreamlike aspect of the song.
Guitarist/vocalist Phillip Cope tells BD:
While the vision of this video belongs to Skip and may not follow the exact narrative of the song, we feel he was able to capture an intensity and darkness within a relationship that mirrors closely the vibe of “Lost and Confused”.
Director Skip Terpstra also explains to BD:
‘Lost & Confused’ is an incredibly dynamic song from a band which I’ve respected for a long time. The creation of a highly stylized vignette surrounding an escalating set of circumstances within a fictitious young love was a loose interpretation of the song’s subject matter.
11/3 in Lubbock, TX at Backstage
11/4 in El Paso, TX at Sandbox
11/5 in Tucson, AZ at Club Congress
11/6 in Pomona, CA at The Glass House
11/7 in Los Angeles, CA at The Fonda Theatre
11/8 in San Francisco, CA at The Fillmore
11/10 in San Diego, CA at The Irenic
11/11 in Phoenix, AZ at Club Red
11/13 in San Antonio, TX at The Paper Tiger
11/14 in Houston, TX at Warehouse Live
11/15 in Dallas, TX at The Prophet Bar
11/17 in Colorado Springs, CO at The Black Sheep
11/18 in Denver, CO at Summit Music Hall
11/19 in Salt Lake City, UT at The Complex
11/20 in Boise, ID at Neurolux
11/21 in Portland, OR at Hawthorne Theatre
11/22 in Seattle, WA at The Crocodile
11/23 in Vancouver, BC at Biltmore Cabaret
11/24 in Misosula, MT at Stage 112
11/25 in Billings, MT at The Railyard
11/27 in St. Paul, MN at Turf Club
11/28 in Des Moines, IA at Vaudeville Mews
11/29 in Kansas City, MO at The Riot Room
11/30 in Springfield, MN at Outland Ballroom
12/1 in Memphis, TN at The Hi-Tone
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