Will Butler - Something's Coming

Will Butler,  the brother of Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler and member of Arcade Fire himself, has

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Will Butler,  the brother of Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler and member of Arcade Fire himself, has shared a video for “Something’s Coming,” a standout cut off his his recent solo album Policy. Directed by Marcel Dzama, the video takes part of its sequences from work previously done for a Kim Gordon video and serves as Butler’s second video drop of 2015. Will Butler previously released a video back in January, which he also used as an opportunity to announce a new tour.”It’s about the ominous human gloom with a disco beat, it’s the apocalypse but we can dance,” reads a quote posted on Nowness, who premiered the video. You can watch the visual for “Something’s Coming” above.

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