FYI this band is European and they have different attitudes there so technically the guy in the capri pants does not ‘look gay’
If you are a superficial, impatient jerk who is probably also racist but tries to hide it, you will see the Orange amps in a grassy field at sunset, Telecasters, and drummer in a streetwear shirt and be like “Oh another pop-punk band singing about how they are friendzoned.” Well FYI you would be not only be wrong but also showing your true colors as a narrowminded bigot, because at the half-minute mark they reveal that this isn’t the shallow, angsty fluff that so many of today’s bands shove down your throat, but an unflinching look at an issue we should all feel very guilty about: HOMELESSNESS.
This video tells the inspirational, uplifting story of a filthy drifter who is drinking alone in a tunnel because something bad happened to him a long time ago and it really hurt him inside. Then he is out on some country road and is messing around with a bike in the weeds, and apparently something spiritual happens while he’s looking at the muddy
tires tyres because he stands up and looks out across the countryside like “even though I have been through a lot of s*** I am not giving up brb choosing my own destiny.”
Then he runs through the weeds with the bike (not sure why since he is not using it, its probably a symbol for something from an Eastern religion) and *spoiler alert* comes face to face with the band standing there with their guitars!! Then there is a long shot where him and the singer are staring at each other. I can’t tell what is supposed to be happening but it seems like they want you to be overwhelmed with emotion so I am assuming that the alcoholic drifter is either the singer’s father or the singer himself, IDK. It could also be a metaphor that is supposed to make you think about something. Either way I think I speak for all of us when I say that it was a very powerful depiction of whatever it was they were trying to show!! Wow!
(if you want to learn more about this issue, listen to BBC because you can’t trust any of the corrupt American media. You can tell if your radio is tuned to the right station because they will have English accents.)
I bet this will be quite a story once you finally escape from your emotional turmoil. Please try to think happy thoughts, if you can. Bye for now.