San Francisco noise-rockers Deerhoof celebrate saying goodbye with an impromptu dance party in the music video for “FÃªte d’Adieu”. Shot over an hour during sunset in Brooklyn’s McGolrick Park, the video features the band waltzing with invisible partners, swaying around marble columns, and even doing a very lackadaisical version of The Robot. “We were digging for a concept that was not only creative, (but) beautiful and fitting of the song,” said director Elias Gwinn in a statement. “Artistic yet humble, beautiful yet humorous, and DIY-simple with an open eye for happy accidents and unexpected beauty.” Between this and the herky jerky routine of David Bynre-St. Vincent, Tuesday’s turning into the kookiest dance party ever.
Deerhoof’s latest album, Breakup Song, is out today via Polyvinyl.