For The Record has coverage of Gus Englehorn‘s “The Gate,” which is at radio now. The site also links to the off-kilter and wonderful video for the track. Englehorn explains the visuals: “The protagonist awakes in a pit and sees a man peering down at him laughing, then he is taken on an astral journey. First, he comes face to face with death, then to a dark house that bursts into flames that he must enter. Next, he is drawn back to the pit by a faint voice and when he looks down into the pit, he sees his own face lit by the moonlight. The face in the pit warns him to be ‘clear of spirit.’ It is at that moment that the protagonist is drawn back into himself and begins to ascend upwards towards salvation singing ‘The Gate, me voilà!’” Find “The Gate” right here.