New Jersey natives, Will Wood & The Tapeworms, have released a brand new, unconventional music video!
It is a short film entitled, “Mr. Capgras Encounters a Secondhand Vanity: Tulpamancer's Prosopagnosia as Direct Result of Trauma to the Fusiform Gyrus.” The video is directed by Will Wood and Adam Nawrot. The song is the new single off of their upcoming album Self-ish, due out on August 23rd!
The video premiered over on Fangoria!
Wood had this to say about the filming of the video: “The process of shooting this music video was a lot like the content. It was euphoria and dysphoria. Everyone took their clothes off, even when not filming. We all kissed and held each other and said, ‘I love you,’ talking of liberation and the freedom we felt in those moments. We were knee-deep in hedonism and histrionics, ego and one-ness. We were the yin and yang of self-love and free love. All the most beautiful things in this world seem paradoxical, like narcissism and humility, dress-up and nudity, black and white. All one. And that’s what makes the video honest — the fact that we used our vulnerability as our vanity. We worshiped our flaws and revered our imperfections.”
Self-ish will feature guest appearances from Alex Nauth of Foxy Shazam/The Skulx, and Matt Olsson of Frnkiero and the Cellabration plays drums for the album.
Stay tuned for more info about Self-ish. Make sure to follow Will Wood & The Tapeworms on their social media sites, available here: