The video is meant to recreate a USO Show in the Vietnam era. The song is an apocalyptic vision of a soldier who is ready to go back to the front. There is a voice telling him about the end of the world and how he should get what he can while he can. Without going into great detail, it is very much an allegory for our society's obsession conquering and taking what it wants before the end comes (be it death or the decline of our empire).
Asked for more specifics, I'm told: "Anyone from 18 to 35, we're not saying they have to be super fit, anyone who looks like they could be in that era" will do. Do people need to bring their own military uniforms? If you have 'em, yes, otherwise: "We'll provide costumes to people who can't bring their own stuff." Where is this happening? In a field in Stanwood, Washington, about an hour outside Seattle. Will there be food? Yes, it will be catered. Can people camp afterward? Yes, there are "opportunities for people to camp." What's the song? It's called "Everybody Knows," and it will be on an EP that Iska Dhaaf plans to release this winter called Drones.