Last week, there were great videos to emerge from some reliably excellent camps, like those of Ty Segall, Grandaddy, Sam Craighead, Damn Jackals, Forest Swords, Jacky Boy, and Molly Nilsson. Another artist to offer up a new clip was Heather Woods Broderick, whose knack for the format hasn’t gone unnoticed. Broderick’s latest, a clip presented as a tie-in to the fascinating Home Winds project, boasts gorgeous cinematography and direction from Jeffrey Rowles. A characteristically majestic song from Broderick plays over the nature-heavy footage, giving “Home Winds” an appropriate sense of sweeping grandeur. Quiet, meditative, and gentle, it’s hard to shake but even harder to want to shake at all, leaving “Home Winds” as another in a string of Broderick’s unassuming triumphs.
Watch “Home Winds” below and order a copy of Home Winds here.