M.I.A’s Switch & Surkin-assisted ‘Bring The Noize’ has now got a head-squidging video.

The clip for the stuttering track sees our heroine in a club somewhere between a cult meeting, the Smirnoff Ice Bar and a Gaspar Noé fever dream. Where her ‘Bad Girls’ clip was all lush panorama shots and set-pieces, this is claustrophobic, psychedelic and very, very strange – with added ox.

Click above to watch. The track is taken from M.I.A’s forthcoming fourth album, Matangi, which is set to drop in Autumn on N.E.E.T./Interscope.



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