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Destroyer returns with video for new single ‘Tintoretto, It’s For You,’ announces new album ‘Labyrinthitis’

Destroyer has shared a video for his new single “Tintoretto, It’s For You.” Today’s release comes on the heels of the announcement of his new album, Labyrinthitis, out March 25th via Merge Records.

The new Destroyer album is set to see Dan Bejar exploring some uncharted sonic territory. The mystic, intoxicating album opens up with the question, “Do you remember the mythic beast?” on “Tintoretto, It’s For You.” From then on, Bejar weaves peculiar images and perplexing allusions throughout Labyrinthitis. On today’s release, “Tintoretto, It’s For You,” Destroyer had a big role in creating the video for the first time ever.

“I had an idea of writing a couple lines on the idea of ‘mystery’ and ‘goin nowhere,’ as they are two of my favorite themes,” Bejar explains. “That and the Grim Reaper and being pursued by some silent, unnamable thing that constantly lurks one foot to the left of you. Especially as the world’s decay becomes increasingly less abstract. Also wanted to write on the romance of terror. The song ‘Tintoretto, It’s for You’ speaks to all these things, oddly enough so does the video…”

Watch the video for “Tintoretto, It’s For You” below.
 

 
“It hopefully presents some loose giallo vibes despite the fact that it clearly isn’t a giallo at all,” director David Galloway adds of the clip. “Nobody dies, nothing is explored at length, and it’s ultimately a collection of neighbourhood red herrings. All leads that go nowhere. But that’s the mystery. That’s the mystery about music videos.”

Pre-order Labyrinthitis here. Destroyer is embarking on a tour in 2022 in support of the album. Check out the dates below.
 

Destroyer Tour Dates:

Vancouver, BC – Vogue Theatre – Apr 22
Seattle, WA – The Neptune Theatre – Apr 23
Boise, ID – The Olympic – Apr 24
Salt Lake City, UT – Urban Lounge – Apr 26
Denver, CO – The Bluebird Theater – Apr 27
Omaha, NE – The Waiting Room – Apr 28
St. Louis, MO – Blueberry Hill Duck Room – Apr 29
Nashville, TN – Mercy Lounge – Apr 30
Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle – May 02
Asheville, NC – The Grey Eagle – May 04
Washington, DC – Black Cat – May 05
Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts – May 06
Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Steel – May 07
Cambridge, MA – The Sinclair – May 08
Montreal, QC – Theatre Fairmount – May 09
Toronto, ON – Phoenix Concert Theatre – May 10

Detroit, MI – El Club – May 11
Chicago, IL – Thalia Hall – May 12
St. Paul, MN – Amsterdam Bar & Hall – May 13
Lawrence, KS – The Bottleneck – May 14
Oklahoma City, OK – Beer City Music Hall – May 15
Fort Worth, TX – Tulips – May 16
Austin, TX – The Mohawk – May 17
Phoenix, AZ – Crescent Ballroom – May 19
Los Angeles, CA – The Belasco – May 20
Berkeley, CA – The UC Theatre – May 21
Portland, OR – Revolution Hall – May 22

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