Uniform & The Body: Day of Atonement

On the day of the release of their second collaborative LP, Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back, Uniform and The Body unveil a bizarre new video for Day of Atonement, shot in Super 8 and directed by artist, Alexander Barton.

"I wanted to make an abstraction of violence," Barton comments. "The film's character is in low resolution, a changing of disguises, an ambiguous identity, shadowed ideologies and masked by the skyline. The hooded figure is evasive to society. In this collection of images, he has prepared himself and represents the threat of the unknown."

Always prolific and cutting-edge, Uniform and The Body, individually and as a unit, repeatedly and consistently engage with their audience in exciting ways. Beautiful in its idiosyncrasy, Day of Atonement, both audibly and visually, dazzles quite much like the rest of Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back.

Uniform and The Body's new collaborative record is out not on Sacred Bones.

Film by Alexander Barton

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