Published Jul 09, 2019Montreal-based band Mauno have unveiled a video for their latest single "Take Care," which appears on their upcoming album Really Well.
"'Take Care' is a play on words — it's about caregiving as a woman, and also about saying goodbye," the band's Eliza Niemi explained in a statement. "It is about filling the role of taking care of someone and self-identifying through that, while simultaneously resenting the expectation of having to do so."
She added, "The chorus begins hinting at waiting for a relationship to finally feel reciprocal, and ends with the reveal of me actually waiting for it to fall apart / knowing all along that it was doomed."
The clip stars bandmates Niemi and Nick Everett, and it sees them getting wrapped up and ready to be shipped off for sale — complete with bubble wrap, packing peanuts and price tags. It was directed by Max Taeuschel.
Check out the video for "Take Care" below.
As previously reported, Mauno's forthcoming album Really Well is out August 2. The band have a pile of Canadian dates coming up in support of the record, and you can see their schedule here.