The clip starts innocently enough as Peterson and Ocelot's Cory Kilduff walk into a house and proceed to lounge about. They play video games and mess around with their computers, but before long, weird things start happening.
Is their music causing cookware to rise, cabinet doors to open and bike wheels to spin, or is the house haunted? At first, it's unclear what's going on, but by clip's end, when both musicians are being tossed around like a couple of rag dolls, it seems we're in the presence of a rather violent ghost.
"The 'Soul Survivor' video was shot over a weekend at my house," says Kilduff, a native Texan and former metal singer who connected with Welsh, a former BMX biker from England, back in his teens. "Yeah, thats my very handsome cat Charles that makes a couple appearances too. Our friend Chris McInroy was into the idea enough to basically take it over and do it for us."
"It cost us a few carpet burns and 12 dollars to make this," he adds. "Death to false DIY."