See Mood Killer “Liquify” Gender Norms In Matrix-Inspired Ted Talk Video
Rising queer pop musician Mood Killer has shared their latest single and accompanying video for “Liquify.” Co-produced by Chicago-based DJ Shubu, the new single is a twisted take on 2000s LMFAO-era dance anthems and is a dark celebration of dismantling social norms. Watch the full video below.
The video, which finds Mood Killer shape-shifting from a femme secret agent to a DJ bro to a genderless pop star, was directed by Mood Killer and produced with longtime collaborators Dorian Electra and Weston Allen. Together, the team made a distinct, powerful, and campy video with slick pop visuals and looming dark themes.
“Liquify” is Mood Killer’s first single from an upcoming debut project that is still to be announced. Last year, the rising pop artist joined Dorian Electra and Charli XCX for a series of performances around the U.S. and Europe. They’ve also shared the stage with Kim Petras, Allie X, Daya, Pussy Riot, and more. Stream “Liquify” on Spotify.
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