Inland Island’s Zsa Zsa’s Window Opens Slowly was one of our very favourites from 2016 so we’re quite excited for the Montreal band to release their sophomore album Step Right Up on August 29th. To tie us over, we’re proud to premiere the video for the album’s second single “Toxic”.
“”Toxic” is a song about how sometimes it can be necessary to cut people out when they don’t treat you well, but also that time heals, and everyone deserves forgiveness,” lead singer Avalon Rossignol-Tassonyi tells us. In the video, we tag along on a garbage dump run and watch someone throw out the belongings a toxic person left behind. There’s definitely a humorous undertone to the video that conveys the feeling, as Rossignol-Tassonyi said, that everything will be alright in the end.