Moby's new video features Wayne Coyne, a gimp rhythmic gymnast, a drunk king, and ghosts on roller skates

Moby's new video features Wayne Coyne, a gimp rhythmic gymnast, a drunk king, and ghosts on roller skates

Moby has a new album, Innocents, coming out Oct. 1 that features several collaborations, one of which involves Wayne Coyne. The Flaming Lips frontman lent his talents to the album's second single, "The Perfect Life," the video for which came out today. The song is an uplifting, choir-laden, singalong anthem, but the video is another story. Coyne once again harnesses his signature weirdness for the clip, bringing along gimp-suited rhythmic gymnasts dancing alongside men in mariachi costumes while surrounded by ghosts on roller skates. Also featured: near-naked women dancing around a colorful rooftop maypole and belligerent kings. [via Rolling Stone

Moby - The Perfect Life (with Wayne Coyne) from Moby on Vimeo.

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