Watch: True Widow's New Video For "A.K.A."

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Even now, more than a year after its self-titled debut was released, True
Widow continues to get more love for its dirgey, badass, beast of a record.

Back in October, it was Aquarius Records in San Francisco. And, yesterday, a Swedish videographer named Mats Ek offered up the above, gorgeous video, a fittingly chilly clip set to the band's song "A.K.A." The girl in the clip is looking for something--we won't give away what--but True Widow's music seems to help her find it.

Now if only we can find a label to put out True Widow's next record--the band's been sitting on its demos for a couple months now...

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