If you're to believe what happens in the above video, we'll all be listening to The Shins after the apocalypse comes and we're overtaken by horned shadow figures. At least, that's the vision of director Hiro Murai, who puts frontman James Mercer at the center of the "It's Only Life" visuals. Also prominently featured is a young boy who has apparently figured out how to confuse the aforementioned figures and spends his time setting off fireworks. You can watch the video above.

[via Pitchfork]