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WATCH: MGMT Practices Weird Science In New Video

The indie-rockers can't quite get their machine working in the psychedelic "It's Working" clip

Patrck Darcy // June 15, 2010

Take John Hughes’s 1985 cult-classic “Weird Science,” add two Wesleyan-educated rockers on ecstasy and kooky French director So Me (Justice’s “D.A.N.C.E.”; Kid Cudi’s “Day ‘N Nite”), and you get the new video for “It’s Working” from MGMT.

The clip for the harpsichord-laden third single off this year’s Congratulations features the psychedelic duo attempting to construct a giant, multi-purpose machine — that serves as a colorizer, soft-serve dispenser, photo booth, and replicator of hot chicks — before things begin to get out of control.The clip also features Andrew VanWyngarden as a Catholic schoolgirl — very sexy.

“In [the video], Ben and I find this box and these instructions to put together a machine that’s constantly changing, and we end up losing control over it,” VanWyngarden told Pitchfork.”Saying this now, it sounds so metaphorical for our musical career, which is really funny.”

Watch the video below and let us know what you think in the comments section!

WATCH: MGMT, “It’s Working”