Walk the Moon released an artistically evocative music video for their song “Kamikaze” Monday (Apr. 16). The clip primarily focuses on a pair of minimally-dressed contemporary dancers (Derek Tabda and Nicola Collie) who intimately sway together along to the swinging rock beat in a stark white room.
Shots of the Ohioan indie poppers are shown intermittently, instruments in hand as they deliver the song’s infectious drums, rumbling bass and screeching guitars. The foursome stomp and splash in the shallow water filling their performance space, in which the backdrop’s dramatic, flashing lights are reflected.
The dancer duo is then joined by a group, adding another level of emotion to the intense choreography. The female dancer, as evidenced by the final shot of the music video, is left breathless.
“Kamikaze” comes from Walk the Moon’s third studio album, What If Nothing. The “Shut Up and Dance” hitmakers just wrapped up their headlining Press Restart Tour, and are set to support Thirty Seconds to Mars on their Monolith Tour beginning this summer.
Watch the “Kamikaze” music video below.