The soundclash of Sleigh Bells meets visuals that are equally disparate with a classically glammed-out Alexis Krauss as she fronts a death metal band playing along to a synth-pop song, all the while facing off against Cheerleaders of Death. Awesome.
We still don't know if androids dream of electric sheep (they don't), but we know for a fact that the Internet deep dreams about seriously weird shit, which gets revealed in this new one for Foster The People.
Trainfuls of immigrants of all kinds — including one that seems to include an entire society unto itself, and then a subway where the passengers do away with their black bar blinders — crisscross the globe in this bold and elaborate video tie-in to the Hamilton mixtape featuring Residente, Riz MC & Snow Tha Product.
A shambolic acoustic blues in the style of Beck circa One Foot In The Grave, but instead of blowing leaves, Aaron Beckum is a coder drone slowly becoming what he works on: A skeleton enlivened with microchips and a monitor.
And because it's only fitting: The video itself was shot on vintage Kodak film.