British synth-pop quartet Post War Years recently released a video for “Glass House,” the title track from the band’s upcoming EP. The follow-up to 2011′s “All Eyes” video, “Glass House” picks up where its predecessor ended. Director Tobias Stretch once again creates a beautifully nightmarish world in which disfigured puppets have seemingly inherited the earth. For those who haven’t seen the ”All Eyes” video, imagine watching a Jim Henson marathon while tripping your face off. The puppets chase the heroine in a car until she inevitably joins them on a joy ride. “Glass House” is even more cartoonish, with its brighter color scheme and oversized clown villains. This time, the girl is chased through a glass house — the only literal element in this video — by said clown villains and falls in love with a Technicolor robot creature. This dizzying scene is perfectly set to Post War Years’ driving, dreamy acid-pop. The results are just as one would imagine: terrifying, confusing and enthralling.
Post War Years’ Glass House EP is set to drop July 16 via Chess Club Records.