Pierce The Veil have paired their first music in six years with a visual that captures the frustration and euphoria of its sentiment perfectly.
Pierce The Veil returned with their first music in six year earlier this year.
It was called ‘Pass The Nirvana’, a dark, grungy, chaotic piece of creativity and catharsis letting the events of the last few years wash over them.
And they have now matched it with a video which captures that atmosphere perfectly.
Between the band making their way through the dark streets to a group of friends indulging in some chaos of their own, it’s a gritty interpretation of how it feels to be out and about in the world once more.
Vocalist Vic Fuentes had this to say about the song and its sentiment:
“‘Pass the Nirvana’ is about the many horrible traumas that the youth of America have endured over the past few years. COVID, no proms, no graduations, an insurrection, school shootings. The list goes on. Their lives have been tossed around like clothes in a dryer, as the tensions within our country have infiltrated our own homes, friends, and families. To me, the song represents a euphoric detachment from all of that anxiety and stress and about finding some form of peace or nirvana.”
Here it is: