Alice Glass has dropped a video for ‘Forgiveness’

The song was part of her recent self-titled six-track EP, which arrived last summer.
Alice Glass has revealed a new video for her track ‘Forgiveness’.

The song was part of the former Crystal Castles member’s recent self-titled six-track EP, which arrived last summer.

The Lindsey Mann directed, lo-fi clip stars Glass as she scribbles across a mirror in lipstick. You can check it out below.

“This song is about rejecting the idea of forgiveness,” Alice Glass said in a statement. “Forgiveness isn’t always a moral act, the way some religions portray it. Sometimes forgiveness can be exploitative or even predatory, especially when people use it as a means to guilt someone rather than heal them. When forgiveness is used to create a false sense of superiority it is a toxic act.”

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