By Staff on January 28, 2013
Back in December, The Knife announced the spring arrival of forthcoming full-length, Shaking The Habitual. Today, the Swedish synth-pop pair shares the short film for track two, "Full Of Fire," by Marit Östberg: a keen, Berlin and Stockholm-based filmmaker and visual artist.
The video features a woman urinating between two parked cars, a child's twisted curiosity in regards to broken wine classes and two newsboy cap-wearing protagonists featured alongside the rumbling lyrics, "let's talk about gender, baby. Let's talk about you and me."
Though this video ends just shy of the 10-minute mark, it is a story that in reality, never stops. According to Östberg on The Knife's website, "we will never stop longing for each other, and for something else."
To pre-order Shaking The Habitual, the album is available in several formats via Rabid Records.