By Amanda Wicks.
Before they officially part ways at the end of the month, Chairlift have shared one last music video. It’s for “Polymorphing” from their 2016 LP Moth. Lead singer Caroline Polachek directed and edited the video, which was shot at her apartment and includes the band’s family and friends. “I wanted to make one last Chairlift video, and ‘Polymorphing’ is a favorite of ours—perhaps the most ‘us’ song of our last album,” Polachek said in a statement. “It’s the least conceptual video we’ve ever made; there’s no datamoshing or dance moves or foreign language translation—just a toast to our fans, to our friends, to the city, and to constant change! And yes, there is actually toast in the video.” Watch it below.
Chairlift announced their impending breakup this past December. Their farewell tour kicks off tomorrow at Bimbo’s in San Francisco. It is currently set to conclude on April 22 on the new Brooklyn Steel. Find their schedule here.
Earlier this year, Polachek shared her new solo instrumental album, Drawing the Target Around the Arrow. It followed her previous solo record, Arcadia, which came out in 2014 under the Ramona Lisa moniker.
This story originally appeared on Pitchfork.
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