It's as joyously offbeat and twisted as you'd expect from her.
The music video for 'Kill V. Maim' — the latest single from Grimes, whose 2015 pop venture Art Angels was one of the year's most critically-acclaimed — expertly translates the album's fearless kinetic pace and also continues the gleefully grotesque imagery of her previous video 'Flesh Without Blood'.
Grimes, real name Claire Boucher, released the video last night and it shows the Canadian artist roaming neon-lit streets, abandoned subway stations and violent underground raves. The music video was directed by Boucher and her brother Mac.
Watch the full video for 'Kill V. Maim' below.
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