A new music video from I Don't Know How But They Found Me has arrived!
Last year the band, comprised of Dallon Weekes and Ryan Seaman, released their debut EP "1981 Extended Play," and today they give us a video for the final track "Social Climb." The video has a very retro mystery film feel to it, and in a new interview Weekes says the location was influenced by the film The Shining.
“[The Mansion] is over a hundred years old, a very cool location. A very Overlook Hotel vibe. I was definitely chasing [that movie] with regards to the look and the feel of the thing.”
The video was directed by Christian Jacobs, frontman of The Aquabats.
There's a random toll-free number that appears at the end of the video! Maybe give it a call!