Following their 2019 album, Hyperdaze, and a huge celebration tour kicking off the year, Melbourne’s Void Of Vision have emerged with a new music video for album track “Decay” today.
“Before isolation hit we had a lot in the pipeline that was completely thrown out the window, including an elaborate music video idea which was immediately sidelined,” vocalist Jack Bergin says.
“We still wanted to pump out some form of visual for another track from the album, so fortunately these setbacks left us looking outside the box for opportunities to create.
“Inspiration for this new clip came as the lease at my current rental finished up, leaving us with a blank canvas in the form of an empty house and leftover music video props.
“Going in with a budget of $0 was something very different for us but we managed to come out with a super simple yet effective isolation home movie. (Yes, we got our bond back).”
Featuring singles “Hole In Me”, “If Only” and “Babylon”, Hyperdaze seizes a stark brand of bleakness that Void Of Vision have become known for.
Bergin describes the record as seeping with “pure hatred, self-loathing and nihilism” and a cathartic purge of darkness for him personally.
After dropping in September, Void Of Vision went on to support Northlane around Australia, took to festivals including Heaven And Hell Festival, Schema Festival and UNIFY 2020 and headlined across Australia and Japan.