Join Tanlines' Catatonic Dance Party in 'All of Me' Video

Julian Barratt-directed clip, mercifully, contains no Old Gregg appearances

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Devon Maloney WRITTEN BY
Devon Maloney

Tanlines' new video for blissed-out stunner "All of Me" poses a dilemma: Do we have fun or be really creeped out by it? The five-minute clip (via Adult Swim) has director Julian Barratt's signature all over it — he's the writer/actor 50 percent responsible for the UK's Mighty Boosh, and here he brings his kind-of-disturbing deadpan humor to a dimly lit room full of sad-looking, catatonic middle-aged and elderly folks who are inspired to dance (sort of) by a static-y VHS Tanlines recording. We're just glad Old Gregg didn't make an appearance.

Tanlines' new record Mixed Emotions came out yesterday via True Panther; if you can't get enough of the "All of Me" video, below, try the one they dropped last month for "Brothers."

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