Like a heavier take on the Radiohead-inspired psychedelia of Alt-J, Belgian 5-piece Robbing Millions’ “Warder” is music for a trance, plodding out of silence into a stomping, stilted beat that gives way to moments of beauty and chaos in equal measure—a formula tied together by the floating vocals of singer Lucien Fraipont.

The Marine Dricot-directed video for “Warder” properly captures the song’s aesthetic and build in its concerted surreality. Drawing on the style of seventies Giallo horror films, it creates an atmosphere that’s as carefully manicured as it is eerie—an askew vision of domestic life that becomes more unsettling as the video progresses.

Watch above and get lost for four minutes and fourteen seconds.

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