The clip is the latest in a series of concept videos from the band, and contains within it a pretty confronting climax. (Warning: Spoilers ahead).
All Fucked Up follows the demise of frontman Joel Birch’s character, and a very public demise at that. Stumbling through the streets of LA in a drunken stupor, he eventually hits rock bottom, reading out to Ahren Stringer’s character, who seems fairly sick of his shit at this stage.
Birch eventually turns to the ultimate escape from his reality… but will Stringer get there in time? We’ll let you see for yourself.
The boys actually have some decent acting skills and manage convey all the fucking feels throughout the clip, which is going to need at least a moment’s pause at the end. The track is a key performer on the band’s current album This Could Be Heartbreak, and follows on in a similar vein to previous singles This Could Be Heartbreak and I Bring The Weather With Me.
Amity are touring across Australia with their Death To Misery Tour in January 2017.
Ok, you’ve been warned… now watch the All Fucked Up video, below.
Watch: The Amity Affliction – ‘All Fucked Up’