The Chairlift frontwoman Caroline Polachek has been very busy in the last 12 months: Writing for Beyoncé, singing with Blood Orange and SBTRKT, and releasing her own solo album as Ramona Lisa. She’s also put together a Ramona Lisa live show that involves choreography, headset mics, and very strange facepaint. Someone at Mercedes-Benz ended up writing a check to pay for a short film about that live show and Polachek’s preparation for it. The filmmaker Andrew Neel and the former Warhol associate Michel Auder made the 15-minute film, and you can watch it below.
You can read an interview with Polachek at the Mercedes-Benz site. Does she get a car out of this? I hope she gets a car.