Rose Quartz has had a busy 2015. The Denver duo spent most of the spring on tour, and now, upon returning to town, have released a music video for the song "Leaving Now" — a single from the EP Axis of Love.
The video was filmed all over Brooklyn, and directed by Fredo Jones from Denver-based Blurred Pictures. It's a semi-dark concept to go with a semi-dark song. As Rose Quartz said in an interview earlier this year , the material off "Axis of Love" is its darkest yet. The video starts off pretty basic, with a couple fighting and wandering around Brooklyn in anger. But then it takes a turn.
Band member Ethan Converse isn't willing to admit too much about the video, choosing to leave it up to interpretation.
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"The first half is fairly literal going with the lyrics to the song," Converse said. "As far as the concept goes. I know it sounds like a cop out, but we'd really like to not explain it, and leave it open to interpretation."
Watch, and interpret, below.
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