Finding a creative way to pull off the movie clip job is one of the tougher music video tasks — how to make a video when you need a healthy percentage of movie footage in order to keep the the movie $tudio happy? Rather than come up with some forced mechanism to scatter that footage, Director Emil Nava instead inserts The Vamps into the same Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day world that new movie Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day and casts the movie's starlet, Bella Thorne, to star in it.
Been wondering when the uncensored version of the Daniels x Zak Stoltz "Tongues" video would be unveiled? Here ya go... And, yes, it's totally NSFW...
So, enjoy — but not in public or at work —what starts as an homage to pulp horror flicks, or some random acid-soaked hippie/freak film and then builds into an epic battle between the clothed and unclothed.
You'll be forgiven if at first you assume this is an homage to old horror flicks. Or if you then think it's an homage to some old acid-soaked hippie/freak film. Or, if you go back to your original horror theory. Or, if you dispense with all those guesses, relax, and just let the creative masters Daniels take you into what might instead be an NSFW parable, depicting an epic battle between the clothed and unclothed.
PS: Most of the nudity here is pixelated, so make your own NSFW decision.
Call this The Hangover for the tween set, since R5 IS Disney-affiliated. Still, Japan is known for crazy things in their culture, so the aftermath of a wild party there shouldn't be that unexpected. Let your imagination run wild as to what really happened.