Experimental electronic artist Sega Bodega surprised fans last week by announcing that his debut album, Salvador, would be releasing next month. The Glasgow native went on to commemorate the news with a new single titled “Salv Goes To Hollywood,” now returning with a Jade Jackman-directed music video for the effort.
Looking as if made on the set of 1997’s Batman & Robin, the visual stars Sega as he maniacally ponders life in a Joker-green room, intercut with shots of equally off-kilter characters frantically performing daily tasks. In the video, the Glaswegian can be seen rocking Cottweiler gear as well as an outlandish pair of GODSOMEWARE glasses.
You can watch “Salv Goes To Hollywood” above. Sega Bodega’s debut album Salvador arrives on February 14 via his own label Nuxxe.
For more new music, watch the visual for Wilma Archer’s “Last Sniff” featuring MF DOOM.
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thank u @jadeshamraeff for making this video! thank u @chrissyhuttonhair for always sorting my hair out! thank u @3217_3217_3217 for these glasses!! thank u @cottweiler for the clothes!! and thank u everyone who was involved in the video infront and behind the camera I love you all lots: Director: @jadeshamraeff Producer: @lauren.thrills – @dogtooth.films DOP: @nathalie_p 1ST AC: @lou_macnamara 2ND AC: Stefanie Oswald Gaffer: @edelgardner Spark: Max Gregory Art director: @ranyadesign Art assistants @hazellowdesigns @hannaheccles Art assistants/Driver: Edmund Bassett Prod runner: @jesspadgham_ DIT: @moyiiin Stylist: @alulliiii MUA @alberto.papparotto Hair @yanaboth_beauty Sega Hair: @chrissyhuttonhair Sega shoes: @coup.footwear Glasses: @3217_3217_3217 / @godsomware Cast: @coralbevan @nick_finegan @toriwest @splashems @bckvenusinfurs @earljatkinson @shinn7 Editor: @dfran.tv GRADE: @scottharris_colourist, @glassworksvfx Special Thanks: @studio_fclx, @alancrocetti, @ali.ou.est.tu, @rosiebrdhd, @daniel.p.tanner @publicambition, @a___w_______ @stephenwebsterjewellery, @focus24hire, @greenkitlondon,@thecamdenstudio, @glassworksvfx @madeleine.mills