‘New Dorp. New York' perfectly set the tone to SBTRKT’s forthcoming and unfortunately slightly delayed (by about a week) Wonder Where We Land. But today, we’ve got the music video soundtracked by Ezra Koenig’s eccentric vocals. The rather creepy clip features an animated lizard/panther type-thing which makes its way through streets, cars and some mist before resting on a metallic open hand to capture the album’s artwork. Take a look above!
Though Virginia Woolf breezily dismissed her contemporaries, her work owes a debt to authors including Edith Wharton, John Colapinto writes:
"Something from ‘The Age of Innocence’ seems to have reverberated in Woolf’s mind when she sat down to write her own most famous novel, even if it was only the central image of the lighthouse, which, as readers of ‘The Age of Innocence’ know, is a key symbol on which Wharton’s novel also turns.
Above: Virginia Woolf, 1925. Photograph from Hulton Archive / Getty