by Jeff Niesel
Cleveland indie rockers Cloud Nothings have just posted a video for “Fall In,” the latest single from their new album Attack on Memory. In the artfully filmed black and white video, the band plays next to several synchronized dancers who strike a variety of poses. Director John Ryan Manning has said he intended the video to “portray the modern adolescent’s struggle with sex, conformity, technology, and alienation.” Yikes. And we thought it was just a silly love song. The band is slated to open for Silversun Pickups on a fall tour that begins tonight in Baltimore and includes a Cleveland stop on Oct. 21 at House of Blues. After wrapping the dates with Silversun Pickups, Cloud Nothings will head to Europe for a short run and play at Pitchfork’s Music Festival in Paris. You can watch the video here.