Friendly people like King Tuff usually have lots of pals who are ready to hang at a moment's notice. For his new video for the King Tuff cut "Keep on Movin,'" the DIY garage-rock hero enlisted a bunch of his crew to cut a rug in front of the camera. People shake their stuff, dressed in everything from obscene swimsuits and ripped jeans to skeleton shirts and sports uniforms, while King Tuff belts out the words in cool shades and even cooler confidence.
"[The video is] a slo-mo, cinematic gang painting that expresses the freedom of the dance, the ancient magic that happens when you point a camera at cretins," Tuff tells Rolling Stone. "People may say the video is a very literal representation on the song title, but I think it's actually a video concept that's never been done before: people that can't dance, dancing. J/K, we rule at dancing."
And just in case you're wondering what this clip would look like in 3-D, here's your answer:
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