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Today, iconic sister duo Aly & AJ release the music video for “Church,” the lead single off their forthcoming EP Sanctuary, directed by Alex Ross Perry, director/writer/producer of Her Smell, the critically acclaimed film starring Elizabeth Moss. Perry is also credited for the sister’s vampiric “Take Me” video off their 2017 EP, Ten Years, that concluded a decade long gap in their discography.

The “Church” music video is a chromatic neo-noir shot on Kodak’s 16mm motion picture film and was set at the Mayan Revival Samuel-Novarro House in Los Feliz- former home of Ramon Novarro, Diane Keaton, and Christina Ricci. As the sisters explore the home and dance about in search of redemption, they are unknowingly being watched from afar, as seen through the creepy zooms and eerie angles. Alex Ross Perry and Aly & AJ will join forces again for the visuals for the next single off Sanctuary, taking place in New York to spotlight the contrasts between the two coasts.

The fierce visuals come ahead of the release of their five-track record Sanctuary, due out in May, and a cross country tour where they are teaming up with The Trevor Project by bringing donation bins and awareness booths to every tour date to shine a light on the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ young people.

Their newest efforts see the two touch on themes that push the boundaries of pop, moving past break-ups and focusing on stories of identity, self-reflection and social consciousness, tucking their signature flair for romance and heartbreak on a shelf.


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