Austalian electro band Miami Horror have a delightfully weird new video out, "Cellophane," that we're excited to be premiering right here on PAPER. The song comes off the group's sophomore album, All Possible Futures, released this past spring, and features the kind of synth-heavy house beats perfect for a BBQ in the dog days of summer. The band recorded much of the album in LA, a city that inspired them for its music scene and "the weirdness and sunshine," producer Ben Plant said in a release. And to that end, the accompanying video is pure weirdness -- like watching stock photos on acid. The clip shows a series of vignettes in white-and-pastel rooms in which limbs become excessively stretched out, so much so that a man's arm in one scene stretches over into an entirely new tableaux. Check it out above.

Miami Horror heads back to their native Australia on tour next month and you can see a complete list of dates HERE.
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