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Watch Jack Antonoff's New Queer, Lena Dunham-Directed Music Video

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The clip is visually delicious and hilarious in the wackiest, bizarrest of ways.

The music video for Bleachers' Lorde-assisted single "Don't Take The Money," is here, and amazingly weird. Directed by frontman Jack Antonoff's longtime girlfriend Lena Dunham, who just recently concluded her directing duties on Girls, the clip is visually delicious and hilarious in the wackiest, bizarrest of ways.

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Alia Shawkat, of Arrested Development and Search Party fame, makes an appearance as a wedding officiator in a gold lame cape. Antonoff himself is dressed in a gorgeous bedazzled military-inspired jacket and signature specs, and intends to marry a woman who doesn't speak the same language as him.

Then, at the wedding, everything is glittering and there's queer people seated like sphinxes on either side of the altar. But by the end (spoiler alert), Antonoff has been beat up and left in the dust by a seemingly lesbian couple.

Bleachers' sophomore album, Gone Now, is out next month. Take a look at the video, below:

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