David Knight - 24th Feb 2010

Liars' frontman Angus Andrew wakes to find himself in a dinghy cast adrift in the ocean, with only a stone for company. Frankly, that's just the start of his problems.

Andy Bruntel crafts a taut, metaphoric and increasingly nightmarish tale, soundtracked by the ominous Scissor, from the band's new album Sisterworld.

Beautifully done, and as befitting the band best known (in my world) for their amazing P Daughters-directed Plaster Casts Of Everything video, just a little bit scary.

David Knight - 24th Feb 2010

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