Punk band Priests released a new music video earlier this month for their song “Pink White House” off their upcoming record. It’s a romp through DIY scenes and scenarios, from camera repair, to supermarket shopping, to an aerobics tape, all culminating in murder, muggings, and a dinner party food fight. The track is best described as noisy and fun, matching the eclectic nature of the video, which was directed and edited by Priests member Katie Alice Greer.
Formed in Washington DC in 2012, Priests created their own record label, Sister Polygon, to release their music. Their first three releases came from Sister Polygon Records, their fourth through Don Giovanni Records, and their fifth (upcoming) will return to Sister Polygon. The label is run out of two members of Priests’s apartments and houses, and seeks to give smaller or “weirder” acts a platform from which to release music. It has since released multiple artists and currently boasts a full roster of bands. Priests’s next release, Nothing Feels Natural, through Sister Polygon will be on January 27th, 2017.