Back in May, acclaimed singer-songwriter Johanna Warren released her fifth album, Chaotic Good, the centerpiece of which is the intense exorcism "Twisted." For the raw, haunting song's music video, she teamed with one of our favorite visual artists, Richey Beckett — known for his stunning artwork for Metallica, Black Sabbath, Killswitch Engage, Mastodon and others — who made his directorial debut creating the clip (Warren co-directed it), bringing his eye for drama and detail to the cinematic piece.
Today (November 16th), Revolver is proud to premiere the "Twisted" video, which sees Warren playing dual roles: a Kurt Cobain-esque grunge rocker and a high-school cheerleader whose stories reflect, contrast and intertwine with each other. She describes the song and video as "a love letter to Nineties grunge — and a personal psychomagic ritual about polarity, gender, fame and desire." Watch and listen above.