Unknown Mortal Orchestra - "So Good At Being In Trouble" video

Today, the twitchy indie trio Unknown Mortal Orchestra release sophomore album II, and they’ve also chosen this morning to drop their video for the surprisingly graceful and funky single “So Good At Being In Trouble.” The director, frequent Animal Collective collaborator Danny Perez, mostly leaves behind his usual brain-melt visuals to tell a relatively straightforward story. Christopher Mitz-Plasse, McLovin from Superbad, plays an angry young man who takes on a hippie cult. Watch it below.

II is out now on Jagjaguwar.

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  1. Poor Christopher Mintz-Plasse who’s now forever stuck with the McLovin nickname. Like the guy who was known as “Pink Floyd” in Dazed and Confused and that other guy who played “Stifler” in American Pie.

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