Sometimes you need to push your lover away to realize that you've indeed fallen in love. And ideally the "push" in question doesn't involve a multiple story plummet to the ground below — unless, you happen to be very fast and can make a saving catch.
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.
How far would you go for fame and success as a top model? Are you up for literally remolding your body? How about eating your competition — and, yes, that would be also be literally. So goes the ugly business of beauty in this whirling new Foster The People video.
Three boxom "chefs" and one Dia Frampton square off in what I hope is not the future of the Pillsbury Bake-off. Not sure if this is meant to be commentary on "food porn," but this will probably launch a few culinary one-liners.
It wasn't too long ago that everything in this video was contemporary instead of retro: computer diskettes, cassette tapes, Beanie Babies, Tiffani Amber-Thiessen, the musical template of The Pixies and a riff on the "let's create our dream chick" concept from Weird Science.
If you're gonna have subtitles in a music video you might as well have fun with them. And directing team Brewer certainly does that but only after sucking you into a dysfunctional and surreal, yet strangely real love/hate relationship between Michael Angelakos and actress Sophia Bush.