Alternative indie artist Junius Karr has created an atmospheric sound in “Don’t Break Down The Door I’m Still Inside.”
The NYC-based artist has blended synthetic and raw sounds into something foreboding but nostalgic. Serving as his second track off of “The Late Great Junius Karr EP”, this track has an incredible guitar solo backed by mellow beats and emulated with calm but distorted vocals. All of these features are brought to life in his music video for this single. Directed by Ben Searles and Danyal Niazi, this is every teenagers worst nightmare. Angst, emotions and confusion, the trifecta is showcased in this video and in the end proves to be self destructive. In regards to the grim ending of the video, Junius Karr explains:
All of my favorite movies have this moment where the drama climaxes and a song comes on that complements it perfectly. I wanted to make a moment like that. And to lay beside a pile of dead people.
You can follow over Soundcloud and listen to the audio below.