Of Montreal "It's Different for Girls" (video)

Of Montreal "It's Different for Girls" (video)
While Of Montreal were focusing on the hits for their recent Canadian appearances, Kevin Barnes and co. have some brand new, Atlanta-styled indie funk coming our way this summer. Ahead of issuing their Innocence Reaches, the band have uploaded a dance-crazy music video for first single "It's Different for Girls."

The clip finds Barnes decked out in his current blonde wig-and-glitter paint regalia, singing into the camera about women being oppressed and "aggressively objectified" as "sexual currency." As he further explores the unbalanced gender dynamic between girls and "aggro pricks," a Soul Train-style dance line breaks out in the room.

Highlights include one woman busting out the rhythm ribbons and insanely bendable split moves, another guy vogueing while wearing a skeleton's hands for eyeglasses, and a tiny pre-teen dominating the competition with her on-point choreography.

You'll find the nu-disco track's fun-filled, but socially conscious vid below, while Of Montreal's Innocence Reaches arrives August 12 through Polyvinyl Records.