David Lynch may be busy putting the finishing touches on the “Twin Peaks” revival, but he’s had enough time to collaborate with singer Chrysta Bell on the upcoming EP “Somewhere in the Nowhere.” Back in August the duo released the first track of the Lynch-produced album, and have now shared the music video for the song “Night Ride.”
The dark and sensual clip stars Bell and the video’s director, Joseph Skorman. The video follows the singer as she leaves the city, drives to the middle of nowhere, unburies a lover (Skorman) and then devours him, only to return him back to his buried location. The visual for “Night Ride” was inspired by B-horror movies, and you can take a look at it below, via Pitchfork.
Lynch and Bell previously worked together in 2007 when she was featured on the “Inland Empire” soundtrack. The filmmaker later went on to write and produce her debut album “This Train.” The singer is also part of the “Twin Peaks” revival cast, which is set for a 2017 release.
Lynch himself has produced two LPs of his own, “Crazy Clown Time” in 2011 and “The Big Dream” in 2013.
“Somewhere in the Nowhere” will be released on October 7.