Kevin Drew is in need of intimacy. According to record label Arts & Crafts, the Broken Social Scene co-founder is filming a new music video and he's looking to cast real-life couples who are willing to get, ahem, "engaged in passionate and intimate sexual moments."
It's not clear what track the clip is for, but the post on A&C's website promises the shoot will be a classy, respectable affair. "The video will be a visual documentary composed of artful photography," the announcement reads. "These images will be captured one couple at a time then intercut to create a visual montage that conceptualizes the sensuality of the song."
"I'm looking for real couples to come make out on camera for the greater good of vulnerability," Drew pledges. This means, "You and your partner must be prepared and able to be in various states of undress and comfortable performing on camera."
To audition for the steamy short, email "a short description of what love and lust mean to you and a photo of you and your partner to firstname.lastname@example.org." Casting is scheduled to take place in downtown Toronto on Friday, December 20, with filming set for January 9 and 10. The search committee is looking for a diverse range of couples, spanning various ages (25 years and older) and orientations. So the question remains: "Where's Your Heart, Where's Your Mind"?