Fox Face is a band that’s made for Halloween. The Milwaukee garage rock quartet’s catalog features songs like “Boogie Man” and “Haunt You.” Hell, they even have an EP called Teen Wiccan. So it’s only natural the band has something spooky up its sleeve this October.

That Halloween-adjacent treat is a new music video for “Johnson Death Farm” from End Of Man, Fox Face’s sophomore album that came out in January. Drummer Christopher Capelle, who shot and edited the video, says the chilling track “is about a real farm in the small town of Tigerton, Wisconsin, where family pets would be buried when they died.”

In addition to the performance footage and imagery of a dark and snowy rural road, the video also incorporates liquid light effects that Andrew Harris put together for the song. Take a trip to the Johnson Death Farm with Fox Face and watch the video below.

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Before co-founding Milwaukee Record, Tyler Maas wrote for virtually every Milwaukee publication (except Wassup! Magazine). He lives in Bay View and enjoys both stuff and things.