Put on your disco ball suit and rejoice the reteam of Missy Elliott and director Dave Meyers — "Work It" and "Lose Control," just to name two collabos — who unfurl the kind of looks and set-ups (plus marionettes!) that make clear that Missy is just as fresh despite the 10 year gap.
Here's hoping the end sequence isn't a reference for disappearing for another large gap.
Any Insane Clown Posse fan can tell you that magnets and the reason why we're attracted to certain things is beyond comprehension. So it's possible that Lorde can't explain why she fell for the philandering Hills douchebag at the center of this story, but you can be damn sure she knows what she's gonna do to him when she finds out about the other women in his life.
We glide forward with the momentum of "Seven Nation Army" along a "Lost Highway," but with a noir vibe all its own and a centerpiece that makes clear that neither Cults member will be able to get back where they began.