Just a day ahead of their new album release, American indie-rockers Interpol dropped a new song and clip ‘If You Really Love Nothing.’ And not just a clip, but a clip starring the famous leading Twilight actress, Kristen Stewart, along with American Horror Story‘s star Finn Wittrock.
“Here she comes to wreck the day!” – these Jim Carrey’s words came to my mind as I watched Stewart’s twisted, adventurous character throughout the music video. The wicked lady is wrecking and spoiling everything on her way, messing in a club with everyone from visitors to kitchen staff. Watch the video below!
Directed by Hala Matar, ‘If You Really Love Nothing’ video is obviously referring to people having nothing to live for and nothing to lose. It’s Interpol’s third single from the upcoming new album, the previous ones being ‘The Rover’ and ‘Number 10.’
Paul Banks and co. also appear in the video, in simple performance scenes, and that’s the only thing reminding us we’re watching a music video, not a motion picture.
Interpol’s new Marauder album is out August 24 via Matador Records. It marks the band’s first new album in four years, following 2014′ El Pintor. Check out the music video and be sure to take a look at Interpol’s upcoming tour dates after the clip below.
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