“It was weird to think that Americans would like an Arab to sing in America,” Omar Souleyman told SPIN of his entrée into the U.S. music business, in our just-published feature by Andy Beta. The stateside success of the Syrian musician’s hypnotic music remains unlikely, but today’s release of his Four Tet- produced Wenu Wenu album should confirm that it’s no joke. Stereogum points to the video for trance-inducing seven-minute track “Warni Warni,” a clip that emphasizes the surreality of it all. Directed by Cali Thornhill Dewitt, who earlier this year shot a short film for Danish punks Iceage, the video shows Souleyman reigning over a rooftop concert and dancing in a variety of far-flung, famous locales. If anyone can teleport, his confident mien suggests, well, why not Souleyman? When he gazes down on a giant bald eagle, it doesn’t even seem weird.