Nashville’s Better Off is now premiering a new music video for “Dresser Drawer”, courtesy of Taco Bell’s Feed The Beat. The song comes from the band’s devastatingly beautiful sophomore full-length, Milk, which is out now on Equal Vision Records. The music video was filmed and directed by Mutemath’s Darren King. Watch it now HERE.

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“We chose to make a video for “Dresser Drawer” because it felt like a strong summation of our style of music. It’s also one of our favorites off the record,” reveals vocalist/guitarist Luke Granered. “The idea for a living sandwich came from Darren King, who directed the video. We loved the cartoon-ish vibe paired with the somber lyrics. Two extremes makes the whole video more interesting.”

Milk was produced by Arun Bali (of Saves The Day), engineered/mixed by Matt McClellan (Being As An Ocean, Better Off), and mastered by Kris Crummett (The Early November, The Story So Far). Milk is the follow-up to Better Off’s most recent 7″/digital single release of “Meth Head” and their 2013 debut LP (I Think) I’m Leaving. The album debuted via in September 2015.

“The thing that makes Milk most exciting for us as a band is the natural growth that happened in the process. We figured out what Better Off is supposed to sound like,” shares Granered. “It goes up and down. It gets happy, it gets sad. It goes fast, it goes slow. It gets heavy, it gets light. But you should know it’s us when you hear it.”

Better Off is fresh off of recent tours with Basement, Bayside, The Early November, and more – and are expected to announce their next full US run early next week. The band has previously toured and shared stages with the diverse likes of New Found Glory, Taking Back Sunday, Motion City Soundtrack, Vinnie Caruana, Copeland, Defeater, and more.

Physical copies of the album are available now at Bull Moose, Dimple, Hastings, Independent, Newbury Comics, Rolling Stone, Silver Platters, The Exclusive Company, Vintage Vinyl, Zia, Amazon, MerchNOW, and more. Digital retailers for Milk include iTunes, AmazonMP3 and GooglePlay.