Korn stoke social media paranoia in “Can You Hear Me” MV

    Another visual from ‘The Nothing.’

    Korn The Nothing Can You Hear Me music video
    Jonathan Davis of Korn performing in January 2020. Image: Lisa Lake/Getty Images

    Korn have released the music video for “Can You Hear Me,” a song from their latest album, The Nothing.

    The video, which was filmed and directed by Adam Mason, leans on various paranoias pertaining to social media, from voyeurism and surveillance to narcissism. It centers on a shadowy puppetmaster who torments a young woman over social media while seated before his wall of flickering screens.

    “Can You Hear Me” actually received a different visual treatment last year, which functioned as a teaser for the band’s fictional narrative podcast, also titled The Nothing.

    Korn released The Nothing, their 13th studio album, last September. It also includes tracks like “Cold” and “You’ll Never Find Me.”

    Watch the video for “Can You Hear Me” below: