Today, Boston’s Quilt have shared the surreal new video for their current single ‘Roller’, taken from their forthcoming new album, Plaza (out February 26th on Mexican Summer – Best Coast, Kurt Vile, Ariel Pink). Singer Anna Fox Rochinski developed the video – which features a dream-like and dysfunctional family scene – alongside director Adi Putra. Rochinski of the concept and creation:
“I spent the holiday season developing a concept with Adi about a strange, semi-dysfunctional family. The idea originally stemmed from our conversations about our favourite films that demonstrate a family structure that is interrupted by an outside presence and/or has some extremely strange things brewing underneath an otherwise normal surface. I play a disillusioned daughter in a traditionally structured nuclear family, who maintains a relationship with these mysterious apparitions as an escape from her family and a way to feel like she belongs somewhere.
It is never made quite clear if they are a figment of her imagination or not, but either way they sure have some cool dance moves. Shane, John and Kevin and I are all siblings with these identical twin kid sisters and a mom and dad. I really love Adi’s aesthetic and his appreciation for all things surreal, strange and yet deeply emotional. We were all instantly drawn to his work and had a blast shooting the video in Venice, California, with Adi and his crew.”