Never scared of the weird and the wonderful, Californian rock legends Faith No More have released a suitably whacky and fun-loving music video for their new single Sunny Side Up, and Music Feeds is lucky enough to host the clip’s Australian premiere.
The Sunny Side Up video (below) features an elderly Faith No More cover band literally bringing some colour to a pretty drab breakfast sitting at a community centre.
The clip, which was directed by US filmmaker Joe Lynch (best known for the films Everly and Knights of Badassdom), sees the local retirees being given some mystery drugs, which combine with Faith No More’s tunes to get everyone up on their feet, dancing and even (WARNING: kinda gross) making out, tongues and all.
Sunny Side Up is the latest single to be prized from Faith No More’s latest studio album, Sol Invictus, which dropped in May. Catch the song’s video in all its drugged-out, colourful glory, below.
Watch: Faith No More – Sunny Side Up
Gallery: Faith No More – Soundwave 2015, Melbourne / Photos: Brett Schewitz