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Watch: Savages - “Strife” Video

The Anti Version of From Here to Eternity

Jan 17, 2014 Savages
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Female punk rockers Savages have never been about being playful, and the trend certainly hasn’t stopped with the newly premiered music video for their Silence Yourself single, “Strife.” Directed by Antoine Carlier, the black-and-white shot visual focuses on two men, one older, one young, who engage in a brutal bit of hand-to-hand combat on a beach. Apparently inspired by the beach murder scene in Albert Camus’ novel The Stranger, Savages Jehnny Beth writes it is meant to represent “a timeless human physicality and physical expression, a search for understanding through the movement, action and reaction of two characters.” Click below to watch the tragic fight unfold below.



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