Pop diva Santigold has released a music video for the single 'Big Mouth,' a song off her upcoming second album, eagerly anticipated by fans after a year off. The video features hand-drawn images superimposed with the singer and her background dancers that give it an indie and alternative feel.
The cartoonish music video, while obviously not particularly concerned with a plot, begins in a desert and travels through the sky and water to a cityscape, with some terrifying but interesting images of her dancers with large, exaggerated white smiles over their lips.
The bouncy, tribal-rhythmic song also states "Gaga-ga you're slightly off, it's okay I'll take the loss," and depicts a mermaid Lady Gaga-lookalike being eaten by a tiger, who then spits out her crown and places it on a pedestal.
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