Director David Rendall explains, “It's about a runner running a race against no one. He finds himself pulled between two worlds -- one real and one ethereal."
Jordan Blum: Does anyone else think that the runner looks like an aging Dave Grohl (or Blake from Workaholics)? Anyway, the music reminds me of Gorillaz, NIN, and Portugal. the Man (although it’s not as interesting or worthwhile). This song only appeals alongside its video, which is equally inaccessible and tedious, yet its Lynchian weirdness makes it the more appealing component for sure. Without the visual accompaniment, I can’t imagine anyone enduring this track for more than a minute. [5/10]