Clarence Clarity, purveyor of corrupt pop music, has a new video for 'NO NOW' track Buck-Toothed Particle Smashers.
Directed by Craig Murray, it's a collage of VHS footage – writhing bodies, Ring girl imagery, neon lights, etc. Clarence sort of explained the meaning behind it to The FADER. Sort of. "I like to imagine this video/music marriage as the original creator coming back to see what he started—out of curiosity… Peering into the depths with a God-sized microscope, they are horrified, disappointed, fascinated, surprised, aroused and filled with ecstatic joy all at once. But that's just me."
The video follows a UK tour supporting Jungle and comes before his appearance at Field Day festival in London. Listen back to Clarence Clarity's amazing, truly bonkers Dummy Mix, which consists entirely of his own, unreleased material.
Bella Union released 'NO NOW' on March 2nd 2015 (buy).
Clarence Clarity plays Field Day at Victoria Park, London on June 6th 2015 (buy tickets).