WATCH: New Moby and Wayne Coyne video

Roller-skating ghosts, fetish gear and and rooftop hijinks, oh my...

If, like the rest of us, you've been clamouring for the sight of Moby and Flaming Lips' supremo Wayne Coyne milling about in full mariachi garb on the streets of Los Angeles, then today is well and truly your lucky day.

The promo for the Moby/Coyne collab 'The Perfect Life' is pretty much as bonkers as you could expect. Check it out below.

 

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