Foster The People don't back down from their indie, do whatever the F@ck the want, style featuring a brand new video, "Don't Stop (Color on the Walls)", that cross over between Foo Fighter's "Walk"
and some B-grade movie.
The first time I tried to get my license, I didn't even make it out of the parking lot
-- for some reason, that whole thing about not driving with the emergency brake on totally slipped my mind. Mortifying, yes, but it's nothing compared to the hell that Gabourey Sidibe endures in the new video from Foster The People
. "Don't Stop (Color on the Walls)"
features the Oscar-nominated actress Gabourey Sidibe (Precious 2009) as a hopelessly bumbling prospective driver and Foster The People frontman Mark Foster as her exam administrator -- or is he? Donning a fake mustache and glasses, Mark quickly reveals himself to be an impostor whose leather bag is stuffed with cash
. What follows is the craziest car chase this side of "Fast & Furious," the highlight of which involves Gabby bashing through a few buckets of paint and sending colors shooting everywhere (DayGlo, a perfect match for the song's giddy psychedelic pop).
Directed by The Daniels (the duo behind Foster The People's epic "Helena Beat" video), "Don't Stop (Color on the Walls)" also stars bassist Cubbie Fink and drummer Mark Pontius as the policemen in hot pursuit of Mark and Gabby (who, incidentally, get all goo-goo-eyed for each other soon after she rips his fake mustache off and whacks him in the nose). Possibly the most inept cop duo since Seth Rogen and Bill Hader in "Superbad," the two somehow manage to corral our heroes into a dusty desert lot for the video's climax. It'd be a shame to spoil the ending for you, so go on and hit play to dig the madness yourself.
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