Time is 1:50 AM here in the Bay Area, and I'm watching Vimeo videos via the Roku box on my TV. I stumble on the Sub Pop channel on Vimeo, and I go through its videos. And then, within that listing, I'm surprised to find an official video for Blitzen Trapper's "Heaven and Earth". The video was uploaded on June 16th 2010, but to my knowledge no such video was ever announced.
Unfortunately, I can't see the video, because it is set to "private" on Vimeo. The only reason why I'm able to see its description, upload date and thumbnail, is because the Vimeo app on Roku has a privacy bug, where it lists all videos, even when set to "private"/"hidden", but at least it doesn't let you watch them. The web version of Vimeo does not have the listing bug.
From what I see in the thumbnail for the video, it's an older woman, lying on a bed in full (military?) attire, ill or injured. I can't make a lot out of it, but from her uniform looks like the video is a story about the Civil War or something. I could be completely off though, the thumbnail doesn't give away a lot.
I'm a music video director myself, and in my experience, whenever an already-paid music video sits as "hidden" for so many months, usually means that the band or the label didn't like the video, so they canned it (I had such a case for one of my videos once, I took it hard and I lost my filmmaking mojo for months). I hope I'm wrong in this case though 'cause I'd love to see it.