Everything’s not OK. In fact, in K.I.D’s brand new video for ‘Errors’ – things are well and truly going down the pan.

There’s disgruntled supermarket employees, lethal depressant concoctions and distant floating band members, all of which make for a disjointed but intriguing watch. To confuse things even more, they say the video is a comment “on the first ever generation where one in five people are on anti-depressants and pharmacists are the new drug dealers. Who’s even doing illegal drugs anymore?”

It’s a fitting accompaniment to the Canadian duo’s latest effort, a sobering anthem for self-defeatists everywhere. “There’s an error in me” Kara sings over a bouncy, electro-pop beat that’s at complete odds with the tone of the video.

The song was crafted with producer Mike Crossey (The 1975, Wolf Alice, Arctic Monkeys) after they tweeted their work at him, and the video was directed by Nadia Lee Cohen, who was at the helm for Black Honey’s ace new video. Friends in high places already, it looks like.