Watch Incubus’ Elegant, Black-and-White Music Video for the Haunting ‘Loneliest’

Watch Incubus’ Elegant, Black-and-White Music Video for the Haunting ‘Loneliest’

Back in April, Southern California alt/rock vets Incubus released their eighth full-length album, the aptly-titled 8, which they celebrated with a big summer tour.

One of the album’s most affecting songs was “Loneliest,” a slow burn with creeping, atmospheric guitar work from Mike Einziger (who spoke with Rock Cellar about the new record and the band’s enduring career). The band just premiered a music video for the song, and the visuals definitely encapsluate the song’s tone pretty effectively.

View the black-and-white clip below, which features a dancer in flowing dress, vocalist Brandon Boyd and more.

It’s a stark difference from their amusing video for the album’s lead single, “Nimble Bastard”:

Incubus will take part in BottleRock Napa Valley 2018 — click here for more on that.

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