Gabe Saporta and his bandmates try to play good Samaritans in the neighborhood, but end up doing douchy and obnoxious things.
Cobra Starship's music video for their single "Middle Finger" has been made available for viewing pleasure. The band try to help the community by donating clothes to the homeless and helping an old woman to cross the street. None of the things they do earn them a thank you though.
People raise their middle finger instead, but the band shrugged it off. "I think the video is going to be like you'd expect the whole thing to be like: an 'eff you' to everyone, but really it's about us trying to turn a new leaf and become Good Samaritans," frontman Gabe Saporta explained the concept.
"Middle Finger" is taken from Cobra Starship's fourth studio album "Night Shades" which has been released in the market since summer 2011. Coming from production hands of top-notch team Stargate, the song features "Donald Trump" rapper Mac Miller.
Cobra Starship's "Middle Finger" (feat. Mac Miller) music video