The video for “Young Blood” – the opening track to Cemeteries’ album The Wilderness, which was released earlier this year – doesn’t have much action, nor an alluring story line like the video for “Summer Smoke.” What it does have, though, is a visual style which matches the reverb and echo heavy music on the track. As guitar scratches repeat and fade into nothingness, a figure gets lost as a projector imposes images upon him. Watch it below.
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