Deerhoof reveal destructive new ‘Mirror Monster’ video – watch

Track taken from band's forthcoming album 'La Isla Bonita'

Deerhoof have released a video for new track ‘Mirror Monster’.

Clocking in at less than three minutes, the piece is made up entirely of footage featuring heavy machinery smashing old cars. Click above to watch.

‘Hollow Visions’ is taken from Deerhoof’s forthcoming album ‘La Isla Bonita’, which is released on November 3. The LP marks their 20 year anniversary and, according to drummer Greg Saunier, came together after attempts by the band to write a song in the vein of The Ramones.

“We suddenly realised ‘This is the whole thing, this is what the whole record is about’,” he said.

Saunier founded the band in 1994 alongside guitarist Rob Fisk, with singer Satomi Matsuzaki joining the following year. Their first album, ‘The Man, The King, The Girl’, was released in 1997. The band’s current line-up consists of Saunier, Matsuzaki, John Dieterich and Ed Rodriguez.