The new visuals are premiering today on Variance, directed by Brian Dunham and shot in Phoenix. The clip brings to life the infectious track's lyrics, which are reflective of a failed relationship and also by the repetitiveness of the pandemic life, which forced many people to spend a lot more time at home.
"'The Way I Feel' video was shot in one house that was staged by the owner with various retro themes," says the band of the video. "We wanted to make this one more fun while playing with the album’s theme of situations constantly looping and getting pulled into the same crazy relationships. We also wanted to keep it all in one house to mimic the line, ‘it’s the same shit every day’ and add a little quarantine vibe, since the whole album was recorded while back home adopting to Covid life after all our tours had been cancelled.”
The new song is the lead single off the band's upcoming album Sucker, which is coming July 16 via Silverback Music’s Controlled Substance Sound Labs. They'll also play a special album release show on July 23 at the Marquee Theatre in Tempe, Arizona, marking their first live show post-Covid.
Watch the video below.