Victory Records’ finest, Victorian Halls, have teamed up with New Noise Magazine to premiere their latest video for single “Scarlets” [LINK]. Though filled with live footage and extra bits of offstage antics, singer/guitarist Sean Lenart, explains the true meaning: “The song is about drowning. I have an irrational fear — almost dreamlike — of being underwater and not being able to reach the the sparkling, sheeted surface. Unfortunately, there’s always someone with me.”

“Scarlets” is the third single from Hyperalgesia, following the critical successes of “Tonight Only the Dead” and “Come In with the Storm.” Lenart continues, “This song has tremendous energy when we play it live, and we thought it only made sense to pair it with a montage-styled video that feature at least one band member in their underoos.” The music video was directed and edited by Steven Fadellin.