Check out Mylo's brand-new video for "Muscle Cars" that will surely stir up a controversy in the U.S. and Europe. This jaw-dropping video is a political spoof featuring a George Bush lookalike in a night of debauchery with XXX-rated films, girls and drugs. He is being watched by some Chinese spies through the lens of a camera bug. The video concludes with a note that reads that "the events and characters portrayed in this film bear no relation to reality. Life is far more colorful."
Mylo told me a few weeks ago in a question unrelated to the video that he was not sure if Americans would understand the sense of humor in his work. It appears that the Scottish DJ has taken his humor to a whole new level in this video.
"Muscle Cars" is the follow up to his European smash hit "Dr. Pressure" that will hit stores on January 9th. This song is the fifth single to be taken from his hugely popular "Destroy Rock And Roll" album that will finally be released in the U.S. in February (yes, folks it was delayed again). The single features Freeform Five and is backed by mixes from Tiga and Sander Kleinenberg amongst others. Look for my interview with Mylo in the January issue of GENRE at the end of this month.