The alternative rap band's new music video for their new single taken from the LP "Seeing Sounds" has been premiered.
Following the launching of their first clip "Everyone Nose" in May, N.E.R.D has now premiered their second music video through Yahoo! Music on July 15. The band's new video was made for their latest single "Spaz" from their new LP "Seeing Sounds".
It seems like the hip-hop act's new clip, which was shot in a black and white setting, was taken from one of their concerts. There is no special footages being inserted by the band on the clip beside showing their live performance and also their fans excitement in watching the group's performance.
However, there is still no confirmation from the band whether the new song is being set as their official second single from the new record or not. Explaining about the new song, N.E.R.D's Pharrell Williams said, "Spaz' is [an] old school, hip-hop feeling with some drum and bass. It becomes a big, tall monster. It's almost like this big gorilla looking down at you. If he smacks you, he kills you. "
Meanwhile, the band's new LP itself has been been dropped on June 10 via Interscope Records. Previously, in a statement Pharrell revealed that their new record is not made for a commercial purpose. "We didn't care about genres; we're not doing this for the money. We're doing this for people who pledge allegiance to our movement," he said.
N.E.R.D's "Spaz" Video Premiere: