It provides a clever and creepy commentary on the Dakota Access Pipeline.

What is true poison? Where does it come from? Who sends it?

Toronto-based electronic group LAL knows.

In their eery music video for their single “Tiny Mirrors” off their recent album Find Saftey, the pollution of our world takes the form of a broken old woman. As she grabs nameless men, they fall to her feet spewing inky black liquid. She is the Dakota Access Pipeline in human form.

LAL has never strayed away from putting hard truths in their songs. They often incorporate social justice elements into their art and emphasize Queer and/or BIPOC issues.

Their music video was directed and produced by Wandering Eye Productions. Watch it below.