Architecture’s master plan for the first single from Places Like This has included a gaggle of remixes and sending us vid pics with love from Mexico City, where director Kris Moyes led the sextet in search for environs conducive to the track’s globe-spanning groove. The result of their sojourn is a mock doc, with the Aussies playing a glow-in-the-dark tribe of spirit-seeking natives, filmed in part at the famous Teotihuacán — which means “place of those who have the road of the gods” in Nahuatl and actually kinda sorta sheds light on the clip’s conceit.

Comments (7)
  1. max  |   Posted on May 3rd, 2007 0

    I wasn’t sure about the song at first, but it’s growing on me. I love the video.

  2. Julie  |   Posted on May 3rd, 2007 0

    The video was alright. Boring a bit, but the song is ace.

  3. yeah, better song than video for sure. if they’d gone to the black light thing sooner, that would have helped…

  4. dan s.  |   Posted on May 3rd, 2007 0

    Fantastic song.
    Ok video, the best bit is the end which reminds me of the end of Usher’s thong song. And that can’t be a bad thing.

  5. Alex  |   Posted on May 3rd, 2007 0

    Usher? You mean Sisqo?

  6. claudik  |   Posted on Jun 27th, 2007 0

    video y song are amazing, video have a lot of happiness and meaning, video is great!!!

  7. Ashton  |   Posted on Jul 19th, 2007 0

    I can never figure out whether this song is about love, religion, or a really awesome mind altering drug…prolly all of thee above.

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