Unknown Mortal Orchestra have released their brilliant, hazy-yet -humorous new video for ‘So Good at Being in Trouble.’
The track is the second to be released off their new album ‘II’ which came out earlier this month. The video has been directed by Danny Perez (Animal Collective, Black Dice) and stars actor Chris ‘McLovin’ Mintz-Plasse with a brief cameo from Ruban Nielson himself.
The bohemian-infused clip sees Mintz-Plasse unsuccessfully attempting to save his girlfriend from the indoctrinating snares of a Charles Manson-esque, hippy-cult. The cloudy, California-hued visual captures the essence of the track brilliantly in all it psychedelic glory.
Watch the video here:
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‘II’ has been released via Jagjaguwar Records to rave reviews and a number of sold out tour dates.
UPCOMING LIVE DATES
May 1 - King Tuts, Glasgow
2 - Academy 2, Dublin
3 - Liverpool Sound City @ The Garage, Liverpool
4 - Live at Leeds @ The Cockpit, Leeds
6 - Deaf Institute, Manchester
7 - Thekla, Bristol
8 - Institute - Temple Room, Birmingham
10 - ATP Festival curated by TV On the Radio, Camber Sands
16 - Village Underground, London
Words by Lucy Simmonds