A pop-up video, of sorts, where window adverts clutter the screen as a battle of the sexes and the marketers plays out. For extra fun, go to chardonnayandadderall.com where you can really do a screen take-over.
All the elements in this Alaskan adventure of a video: Fire, water, air, marijuana leaf bokeh, push-ups, car crash-ups and guest spots from the band's confidant Zoe Manville and actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead.
Director Elliott Sellers delivers a nicely shot and constructed performance video for "Modern Jesus" — which perhaps works as a nice match to the previous video for the song directed by AG Rojas, which was highly conceptural (and amazing). The setting instanly signifies Church, but there's also something about the video/song which brings to mind "Wonderwall" (maybe it's the glasses?) who were bigger than The Beatles and in turn bigger than Jesus. (I kid, of course)