Waxflower drop music video for Sixteen Floors

Brisbane pop punks Waxflower have dropped the music video for their latest single, 'Sixteen Floors'.

Rude Records' latest signing take fans on a rollercoaster ride of emotions for the promo, which was shot by guitarist Nick Hargens.

Frontman Tristan Higginson said: "When filming the video for 'Sixteen Floors', we tried to capture the explosive moments of anxiety and sadness associated with heartbreak. 

"We wanted to tap in to what made the writing process so cathartic, representing those themes visually by cutting between two scenes. 

One based inside a church, the other inside a car, both portraying opposite sides of a breakdown. I believe 'Sixteen Floors' portrays the chaotic inner monologue I felt at the time of writing.” 

Meanwhile, the band are donating all streaming revenue from the month of June to Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service and Black Lives Matter, with their label, Rude Records, matching the donation.

We caught up with Tristan last week, check out the full interview here.

'Sixteen Floors' is out now on all major streaming services.