<h5>Faith No More "Separation Anxiety" Video Credits:</h5>
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Footage from the film "Daughter of Horror"</blockquote>
Cult classic horror movies and Faith No More seem to go hand in hand, and that's why the band's new music video for "Separation Anxiety" makes perfect sense. Watch the clip above, via Ipecac Recordings' YouTube.
The song serves as a soundtrack to clips shown from the 1955 black-and-white film, Dementia. The plot follows a young woman who awakens in a hotel and stumbles upon a newspaper headline that reads, "MYSTERIOUS STABBING." She's taken up to a room by a wealthy suitor, but events become violent and frantic. You'll want to watch the end to see if it was "Only a dream, a dream of madness on a dark night."
The band also shared a more light-hearted music video for "Sunny Side Up."
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Source: Ipecac Recordings YouTube