Now that she has a Driver's License — and a smash hit with that song — of course Olivia Rodrigo is ready to go for a drive. This dreamy/glitchy video also dips into themes of memory and voyeurism that culminate in a sort of merging of identities.
A video within a video in which the rehearsals become the actual video as the "actresses" vie to become the new love interest for Moodoid's frontman Pablo Padovan, who may or may not be up to something creepy and in violation of a restraining order.
First off, the Jameson advertisement that starts this video off is maybe my favorite product placement in a music video, and not because of the product, but actually for dispensing with the business is a brilliantly clear and forthright way. After that we shift for a gorgous retro TV performance that's soaked with soul and class.
Prepare to enter the arcane depths of what could only be described as THE WORLD'S MOST SUPERNATURALLY PSYCHOTIC NEON BROTHEL. On this week's episode of Steven Schilling's Supernatural Circumstances...... well it may just be our last.