TV on the Radio's Dear Science was recently released to much acclaim. The album's third track "Dancing Choose" lets listeners know that this record is going to be danceable, repeatable, and any other "able" adjectives you can imagine.
The video above does well to depict what may be going on in the heads of TVOTR personnel while writing a song such as "Dancing Choose." Weird geometric shapes, eyes and question marks double as human heads while mingling among psychedelic backdrops --the video is heavy on M.C. Escher influences with floating staircases and all-around trippy, symmetrical objects. The tune, as well as the album, is growing on us. Upon first listen, you may not get it, just as you may not get this video (we don't either really) but for some reason you will keep coming back for more.