Each of the RHCP guys gets their own rooms, which represent their personalities, in the Robert Hales-directed music video.
Red Hot Chili Peppers release a super fun music video for their single "Look Around". Members of the California-based band perform in four separate rooms. Each represents their personalities, so almost all the props and artwork in the rooms came from their personal collections, so it's explained on the band's official website.
Anthony Kiedis is pictured as a domesticated guy who knows how to have fun, Chad Smith is beating his drum kit in what looks like a spacious bathroom, and newest member Josh Klinghoffer plays his guitar in an empty studio. Flea, meanwhile, gets cheeky with his girl pal by stripping to his underwear and romping around the room half-naked.
The music video comes from direction hands of Robert Hales. "I can say that the band were great to work with -- real gentlemen -- and it was a genuinely collaborative process," he told Spinner "They were all extremely involved creatively." He additionally shared, "They had a very clear idea of how they wanted to perform and they nailed it."
Aside from the newly-premiered music video, there will be a special version that will let viewers control which room they want to watch. The new version is expected to come out sometime soon.
Red Hot Chili Peppers' "Look Around" music video