Visit World's End Press' Bizarre Club in NSFW-ish 'Drag Me Home' Video

Aussie foursome's debut full-length, produced by DFA co-founder, is out now

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Kyle McGovern WRITTEN BY
Kyle McGovern

In October, World's End Press shared a low-key music video for "Reformation Age," a synth-powered bubbler from the Australian foursome's self-titled debut album. The clip complemented the disco track's yearning by shrouding lead singer John Parkinson in smoke, casting colored lights across his face, and tossing in a few kaleidoscope-view effects. Now, World's End Press have issued another video in support of their Tim Goldsworthy-produced LP, but the new short — for desperate, late-night prowler "Drag Me Home" — but the new short deals exclusively in freak-out, NSFW-skirting visuals.

Want to see a dude masturbate with the Aussie flag draped over his head? Look no further. How about a contortionist in fishnets who uses her feet to pour ketchup? Oh, you'd prefer to see a thong-wearing woman with super long fingernails take selfies in her bedroom? Don't worry — director Luci Schroder has it covered. Find all that and more by hitting the play button above.

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