The Chairman Dances share video for their slice of garage-fuzz gold "Augustine"

Time Without Measure, the new LP by The Chairman Dances, is far and away one of the most unique concept albums to come along this year - a left-leaning hagiography of Christian heroes, it's like a book of saints edited by Howard Zinn and Cornel West. One of the record's best tracks, "Augustine", recently got a music video in the form of a layered motion collage featuring lead singer Eric Krewson, guitarist Luke Pigott, and (briefly) backup vocalist Ashley Cubbler. The song reaches far back in history to honor the Church Father, but listen for clever lyrical hat-tips not just to John Calvin, but to "I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine" by Bob Dylan and the Velvet Underground's "White Light/White Heat". 

Watch the video for "Augustine" by The Chairman Dances below.