Museum of Love Play Fierce Racquetball in 'Monotronic' Video

LCD Soundsystem's Pat Mahoney faces off with DFA DJ Jee Day

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Last we heard from Pat Mahoney's Museum of Love, the former LCD Soundsystem member was busy getting his David Byrne on with "Down South." But the second single from him and project partner Jee Day, a.k.a. Dennis McNany, has got a decidedly Brian Eno bent. Above you'll find the video for "Monotronic," in which director Andrew Dresher pits the producers against one another on the racquetball court. The hi-def, slo-mo shots of anguished swings somehow pairs well with the track's opening line — "I wasn't meant for this much happiness" — and almost meditative feel. This one will also feature on Museum of Love's self-titled debut album, which is done and mastered and set for a September release.

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