People can see 'a dog pile and crazy body parts and hot legs and boobs and football players' in the music video for 3OH!3's single 'Starstrukk'.
A music video in support of 3OH!3's new single called "Starstrukk" has made its way out. The video directed by Sum 41's drummer Steve Jocz shows the group's members, Sean Foreman and Nathaniel Motte, being chased by a bunch of female fans.
On what the video deals with, Sean told MTV, "There's a mat on the floor and there's liquid spilled all over the place." He added, "The concept of the video is one that we brainstormed up. It has to do with a dog pile and crazy body parts and hot legs and boobs and football players."
Nathaniel explained more, "There are all sorts of body fluids involved. Different types. Blood, spit, a couple we can't mention. You're going to see people flying off a doggy pile, like, flying up into the atmosphere, and at the end, it's revealed it's in reverse motion, so it's just people dog-piling on us. It's movie magic, because we're actually not even in the video. They're CGI-ing taller, better looking people in our places. It works out well."
"Starstrukk" is the second single from 3OH!3's second studio album "Want" which has been outed for purchase since July 2008.
3OH!3's "Starstrukk" music video