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Watch Broken Bells’ UFO-Inspired Video for ‘Control’

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Broken Bells told an intergalactic love story last year with their two-part video series for two songs from their latest studio album, ‘After the Disco,’ and now they’re bringing the extraterrestrial theme to their new video for ‘Control.’ Check it out above.

In the grainy video, band members James Mercer (of the Shins) and producer Danger Mouse perform in a mostly empty room intercut with archival footage of UFOs and alleged alien encounters. It also displays the same floating orb from the videos for ‘The Angel and the Fool’ and ‘Holding on For Life‘ which featured Anton Yelchin (of ‘Star Trek‘) and Kate Mara (of ‘House of Cards‘).

‘After the Disco’ was released early this year and peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard 200.

Watch the videos for ‘The Angel and the Fool’ and ‘Holding on For Life’ below:

Broken Bells Official Music Video for ‘The Angel and the Fool’

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‘Holding on For Life’

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