(Photo Credit: Raymond Flotat)
In the video, directed by Charles Bergquist, the Sacramento group appear as silhouettes overlaid with some psychedelic visuals while they perform the song.
In an interview with Rolling Stone about the video, Moreno describes “Prayers/Triangles” as “perpetual motion.” “The whole song is always just like tumbling over itself,” he says. “I just picture running.” Which would explain why the video not only shows the band playing the song but also showcased Moreno running through a residential neighborhood.
To reward a small group of devoted fans that pre-ordered Gore, the band played a super intimate show at Los Angeles institution Amoeba Records.
The band’s six-song set, which is embedded below, featured a mix of Gore tracks, including the live debuts of “Hearts/Wires” and “Rubicon”alongside some older material like “Rocket Skates,” “Swerve City” and “Rosemary.”
The band is set to perform on Jimmy Kimmel on Tuesday night, so be sure to catch that.