Last month, Thrice debuted their new single, “Black Honey,” on NPR and now, the group has released the music video for the new track. On Tuesday (May 17), the recently reunited band premiered the music video for “Black Honey” which ended up being a little creepy but fascinating at the same time. The clip begins with a station wagon being driven down a road.
From nowhere, a kid appears on the street so the driver of the automobile decides to pick him up. At first everything seems okay, but then, things start to take a weird turn. At first, the driver of the car was Thrice frontman Dustin Kensrue, but as the camera shifts from the driver to the kid, the identity of the driver changes from other Thrice band members to random people. As the trip continues, the kid’s eyes start to glow until they reach a random location which appears to be e a corn field. Check out the video below.
“Black Honey” will join lead single “Blood on the Sand” on the Thrice’s upcoming, ninth studio album, To Be Everywhere Is to Be Nowhere. To Be Everywhere Is to Be Nowhere is set to be released on May 27 through Vagrant Records. In support of the new album, the California-founded band announced in January plans to hit the road with La Dispute and Gates.
The North American trek is set to begin on June 3 at the Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles and wrap up less than a month later on June 25 at The Summit Music Hall in Denver. The complete list of tour stops can be seen here. To Be Everywhere Is to Be Nowhere is Thrice’s first record since coming back from their three-year hiatus. This record also marks the follow-up to 2011’s Major/Minor.