American Football have shared their new video for their latest single 'My Instincts Are The Enemy,' It's from their recently released self-titled album. The video was directed by Chris Strong and was shot in Japan and Illinois with the purpose of imagining a Japanese character living in a small-town home in Illinois.

"I was initially asked to think of some ideas for videos on November 14, a week after Donald Trump was elected president and the same week the first trailer was released for the new Ghost in the Shell movie," Director Chris Strong said. "There was a lot of talk in the news around that time about the reality for foreigners in the United States. There was also a lot of discussion surrounding the mostly white cast of Ghost in the Shell and the depiction of Japanese people in American film. Since the first American Football video for “Never Meant” had so many Caucasians, I thought it might be interesting to do something that used exclusively Japanese and Japanese-Americans… Mike Kinsella and the band’s manager gave me the names of eight people they knew from previous music tours in Japan, and these people then helped to connect us with people in Japan who were interested in taking part."