In the video, a weird old man – for reasons unknown – has formed an Offerman obsession with the former Parks and Recreation star's photo collaged around the man's room. The old man tirelessly mans a sewing machine, creating what later is revealed to be a voodoo doll in Offerman's visage.
The voodoo doll's creation is juxtaposed with an unblinking, emotionless Offerman lip-syncing to "The Greatest" onstage. As the video progresses, blood begins seeping out of Offerman's shirt in various spots; it's later shown that the wounds are results of needles in the voodoo doll.
They Might Be Giants' I Like Fun, the alt-rock duo's 20th studio album, arrived January 19th. In the lead-up to the LP, John Flansburgh and John Linnell resurrected their "Dial-A-Song" service, where fans would call a certain phone number and be greeted by a new track on the band's answering machine.
Watch below: They Might Be Giants performed "I Left My Body" off their latest album 'I Like Fun' which was released on January 19th. They also performed "Music Jail, Pt. 1 & 2" at Rolling Stone's studios.