VIDEO: Editors’ ‘No Harm’

source: Editors

Editors had originally released this track on a secret compilation last month, but here’s a deceptively simple video to convey the cryptic lyrics of the song as conceived, directed, and¬†edited by Rahi Rezvani. The song is minimally embellished as well along with, of course, Tom Smith’s vocals that go from his signature sonorous quality to a soaring falsetto for the chorus. The essentially bare composition of the track allows such words like “I boil easier than you/ crush my bones into glue”, “I see through your walls and your space down your halls”, and “My world just expands/ things just breaks in my hands”. The dark undertones just smoulder as they’re conveyed, posing this unnerving feeling. However, the confounding chorus of “Don’t harm/ no harm” is oddly reassuring.

Watch the video below:

The single is available for download here. More from Editors here.