The clip features a double-scoop of scantily-clad women slinging paint and fireworks at a late-night party fused with rapid-fire shots of the band.
Between scenes of the band playing in a deserted parking lot, the eerie video follows half a dozen people running from something… something we can only assume is the cannibal.
The song was co-written by country music stalwart Mac Davis, best known for ’70s hits like “Baby Don’t Get Hooked on Me” and “Stop and Smell the Roses.”
While the drawings within the video were sketched by six-year-old Markus Jolly, the video itself includes clips from the film which help bring the song to life.
Glassy, glossy electro-psyche dance duo Phantogram have released a new music video for their track, “Fall In Love.”
In the new video for “Coming of Age,” the band shows how rough growing up can be. We’re talking punched in the face, running from the cops, bullied on the basketball court, kind of rough.
“Sleeping With A Friend” can metaphorically trip you up romantically, but Neon Trees did a good job of literally tripping us out with the pop-art inspired video for the song of the same name.
Earlier today (Jan. 23), LA’s own The Neighbourhood released a new music video for their single “Afraid,” which was shot at their show at the Hollywood Palladium back in October 2013.
New Politics stormed onto the scene last year with their huge single “Harlem” (which landed at #14 on KROQ’s Top 50 Songs of 2013), and the band has now released a video for their follow up single “Tonight You’re Perfect.”
In case you haven’t been disgusted enough today by general humanity, porn perviest film star, legend Ron Jeremy, has re-created Miley Cyrus’ provocative “Wrecking Ball” video.