Back in January we premiered Seth Bogart's synth-y slow jam, "Forgotten Fantazy," off his new, self-titled album (out tomorrow via Burger Records) and today we get to share the autoerotic, BDSM-filled video. Shot in LA's iconic Biltmore Hotel and directed by Bogart, the trippy clip features a Seth-on-Seth assignation, with Bogart #1 meeting Bogart #2 in a hotel room for a night of latex, satin and some good ole' fashioned bondage. The singer also makes cameos as a cigarette-smoking guy in a bathtub and a guitar player creeping in the corner. What vibe-y ambience for a tryst.

Of the video, Bogart tells us exclusively:

"When it comes down to it, Forgotten Fantazy is a song about S&M.; It's about non-satisfaction. Un-satisfaction. Satisfaction going out of style. Nothing ever being enough. The possible pleasures that control your sex drive no matter how bad you try to resist. Being tied up and disconnecting from reality. Confusing pain and pleasure, and pleasure and pain. It's a love song.

This is the first video I've directed on my own. I always knew I would dominate myself in a hotel room for the video-- I love hotel rooms. They're so sexy. Andrew, the director of photography ,did such a beautiful job. . My friend Abdi made the giant fake floral arrangement and I picked out all the satin and latex - my 2 current favorite materials. In addition to myself playing both roles, I also wanted to be Seth #3 in the bathtub and Seth #4 playing guitar in the corner. I would love to have an orgy with myself. Just so I could know what I could do better for future reference.

We rented a room at the Biltmore in downtown Los Angeles and somehow managed to bring all the equipment up to our room and shoot late at night in the lobby unnoticed. I spent the night alone after the shoot and was totally spooked out. I had to sleep with the lights on- my room was definitely haunted. If it wasn't for this video exisiting, I might look back on that night and wonder if it even happened."

Check out the video above and pre-order a copy of Bogart's new album HERE.

Splash photo by Abdi Taslimi