Cobra Starship are in the middle of filming a music video for their new single "Good Girls Go Bad" and the halfway-done video is teased through an on-set footage. From the sneak peek, it is disclosed that they bring in their collaborator in the song, Leighton Meester, as a guest star for the video.
According to MTV, the concept of the video is the "Gossip Girl" star runs a speakeasy where people have to order the right sandwich to get in. Meanwhile, the band are in charge of the above-ground deli that acts as a front operation to hide the debauchery within.
"Good Girls Go Bad" is produced by "American Idol" judge Kara DioGuardi. It will appear in Cobra Starship's forthcoming third studio album "Hot Mess".
During an interview with MTV, the band's singer Gabe Saporta admitted he felt awkward when hitting studio together with Leighton because he didn't have any idea what should be done to get the song sounds right. He said, "It was so awkward for me, because on one hand, I have the idea of how the song should go in my head, But on the other hand, I'm like, 'I don't want to tell her what to do, because I love her and that's scary.'"
Cobra Starship's "Good Girls Go Bad" music video sneak peek: