Directed by Isaac Ravishankara, the visuals mostly consist of Aesop sitting in front of a wall that serves as a moving graffiti canvas. The focus remains on three things: the intriguing artwork, the song’s complex lyricism, and Aesop‘s whiskers.
After a five-year long wait, if “Zero Dark Thirty” is a strong indicator of what’s to come–we’re beyond excited for SKeLETHoN, which serves as the rapper’s sixth studio album. The release is set for July 10th and will include features from Kimya Dawson (formerly of The Moldy Peaches), Rob Sonic, DJ Big Wiz, Aesop‘s wife Allyson Baker (Dirty Ghosts), singer-songwriter Hanni El Khatib, and more. Enjoy the video for “Zero Dark Thirty” below.
Watch: Aesop Rock - “Zero Dark Thirty” Official Music Video
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