Animal Collective Host Own Burning Man for 'Today's Supernatural' Video

Animal Collective Host Own Burning Man for 'Today's Supernatural' Video
Marc Hogan

Anyone who ever sat through Oliver Stone's The Doors — or at least Wayne's World 2 or that episode of The Simpsons where Johnny Cash plays a talking coyote — knows the desert is a perfect place for a life-changing psychedelic freakout (ever heard of Burning Man?). Animal Collective's new video for bouncy psych-pop single "Today's Supernatural," from September 4 album Centipede Hz, presents an exceptionally fucked-up variation on the theme. Directed by the band's longtime visual collaborator Danny Perez, the clip shows Animal Collective-ist Avey Tare performing in frightening face paint alongside a billowy art-car-esque vehicle, a Chinese New Year-like dragon, and, um, disembodied arms holding, like, maces or something. Everything's speeding over the sands. Supernatural, indeed — ghosts crowd the young child's fragile eggshell mind.


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