Thrice share a new video for 'Hold Up A Light' directed by Dan Monick. Thrice frontman Dustin Kensrue explains, ”In this age of upheaval and division, my hope is that the youth will manifest the courage and love necessary to hold up a light and illuminate a new path forward, to embody a better story than the one that perpetuates fear and violence.”
'Hold Up A Light' is taken from the band's latest album 'Palms.' The record mines a great deal of inspiration from the literary and philosophical realm. In his lyric writing, frontman Dustin Kensrue drew from sources as varied as the lectures of philosopher Alan Watts, the writings of Franciscan friar Richard Rohr, and the process metaphysics of mathematician Alfred North Whitehead. “In the past couple of years I’ve come to embrace a more non-dualistic way of looking at the world, partly because of listening to and reading things that broke me out of those black-and-white patterns,” Kensrue notes.