Descartes to Kant releases video for “The Mess We’ve Made”

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Discover a new track from his most recent album.

With the premiere of After Destruction, The band originally from Guadalajara entered the dark side of our reality: it is a constant reflection of disorder and denial. What’s under the seat of your car? Discover what is hidden in his latest music video.

“The Mess We’ve Made” invites us to question the hidden side of human beings, the one that is in constant denial, in the video directed by Persia Campell we see Descartes to Kant next to the skeleton of a car. The best place to hide what we don’t like is under the seat, because no one can see it there except us.

This video clip continues with the conceptual world that the group created in their latest material, where The Dak begins the confrontation with technological reality. Something that is also combined with a fusion of distorted guitars and unconventional melodies, in contrast to the vibrant colors of the uniforms.

Retro futurism and dystopia gave rise to After Destruction, soon you will be able to see the band live along with Valgur and Luisa Almaguerin addition to purchasing exclusive merchandise at The Market. Do not miss it!


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