After posting a teaser trailer on Friday, Grimes has released the video for her 'Art Angels' song California.
A different version of the album track, the visual is the final part of a self-directed (Grimes' brother Mac is a co-producer again) film trilogy that started with Flesh Without Blood/Life in the Vivid Dream last year and followed by Kill V. Maim earlier this year.
In the video, Grimes pirouettes as part of a ribbon dance in a room of primary colours and plays a janitor sweeping a room where marble busts have been made. It also stars a series of characters including cowboys, a lady feeding a decadent figure tomatoes, and a woman painted as a corpse, and the usual colour you would expect from a Grimes performance.
Update (05/10): Grimes has explained why the California video has a different version of the track on Twitter – the video was "dissonant" with the original track, and didn't "elicit visuals in her mind naturally." Read her full tweet below.
Watch the video to California above and watch more videos like this on our YouTube playlist, updated daily.
had to re do track because when I looked at the footage it was dissonant w the original song, song elicits no visuals in my mind naturally
— Grimes (@Grimezsz) May 9, 2016
Grimes' 'Art Angels' is out now through 4AD (buy).