The Mouse on Mars 'Polaroyced' film follows a break dancer in a luchador mask moving through the town to music.
The electronic beats blaring through the skies inspire the dancer to jive and throw his body around. His passion and energy sparks some sort of rave magic as it starts to rain golden glitter. As the beats quicken and the dancer's pace becomes more rambunctious, fences and general surroundings become shimmery and gilded. When the dancer brings out his best moves, giant gold pugs fly through the air: apocalypse style.
'Polaroyced' comes from the band's tenth album, Parastrophics. Musicians Andi Toma and Jan St. Werner have been grinding over mixing boards since their first album in 1994. As it says on the band's website, "they have taken electronica to new heights with a unique blend of sound annihilation, fragmented melodies and an impassioned hatred of conformity."