Internet Iconography Gets Remixed In This WTF Music Video

<p>Do not adjust your internet, it&#8217;s supposed to look this way.</p>

This video. Wow. Where do we even begin? It’s not every day you get to see internet iconography of the 90s mixed with cursor key hands, wifi symbols and @ sign hats, all re-contextualized within a parallel universe that seems to resemble Giorgio de Chirico paintings. Fortunately for us all, today is that day, courtesy of Rachel Maclean and electro band Errors’, responsible for the music video above for the song “Pleasure Palaces.”

It’s got a bit of the Pet Shop Boys about it, a pixel or two of Net Art and a WTF aesthetic that will have a Marmite effect on you. Personally, I think it’s great, but be careful you don’t overdose on cyber weirdness.