It is an ingrained belief that people generally behave rationally. So when a person does some unspeakable and incomprehensible act, there’s an assumption that they must not be rational; that in order to commit such an unspeakable and incomprehensible act, that they must be insane. But we are all capable of horrible acts. Our lives are often a protracted battle of our conscience – our angels and devils whisper and torment us… Lone Wolf, a Leeds, UK-based singer/songwriter who has spent a considerable period of time in Sweden, just recently released his latest effort, The Lovers

The video for the latest single, “Ghosts of Holloway,” has Lone Wolf cast as a disembodied personification of his conscience, and a version of himself up to no good. His conscience, which is powerless to stop what will inevitably happen, can only watch in horror as he watches himself commit a horrifyingly violent act with no remorse. Certainly, what the video suggest is that there are far worst fates than being powerless…

The video manages to perfectly match the forlorn feel of the song