Jane's Addiction release psychedelic visuals for "Underground", their single from album "The Great Escape". The Perry Farrell-fronted band perform in a dark smoky setting where the partygoers play poker and Ouija boards among other seedy things.
"[We] perform in a Los Angeles brothel built in the 1920s," Farrell told Spinner. "There are Siamese Gargoyles, seances, card games and a man in a white fedora who was also on the cover of 'In Through the Out Door.' People get made love to and murdered in the backrooms while the band plays on."
The video was shot in Los Angeles' Cafe Club Fais Do-Do and directed by Robert Hales. He tried to create "a video that really immerses itself in what the band is all about-that off-kilter vibe, kinky imagery, and 'lust for life' spirit that's embedded in their music," so the director explained.
Jane's Addiction's "Underground" music video