NSFW. Above is the recently released official music video for "Fugitive Air" to accompany its audio counterpart. Of Montreal frontman, Kevin Barnes, takes it upon himself to re-define the word "audacity," and goes full-frontal 34 seconds into the video.
The music video, which was directed by Barnes' wife, Nina Barnes, is as a whole also pretty bizarre, seemingly absent of any theme or storyline. But, according to Mr. Barnes, the band achieved its goal. He told the Huffington Post, "We wanted the video to feel like a frenetic road trip, unhinged of debauched influences." Apart from the brief penile exposure, the manic video is actually quite fitting for the song itself, which draws on late '60's pyschedelia.
If you're interested in hearing some more new material from the band, you can purchase of Montreal's newest album, Lousy With Sylvianbriar, via iTunes. If you're brave enough to check out one of their shows, you can find the tour schedule on their official site.
Source: PolyvinylRecords YouTube Channel