Watch Jenny Lewis’ quirky video for “Rabbit Hole”

Mac DeMarco and King Tuff make cameos.

Jenny Lewis has unveiled a bizarre video for “Rabbit Hole,” a cut from her latest album, On the Line.

In the clip, the singer-songwriter performs on a ’70s-style set alongside a three-piece band, who are dressed in full-body spandex suits. Eventually, two of the members rip off their masks, revealing themselves to be Mac DeMarco and King Tuff. The visual was shot live in two parts during Lewis’ listening party for On the Line in March, which was broadcast on YouTube, and edited together at a later date.

“Rabbit Hole” is the closing track from Lewis’ latest album, On the Line, which arrived in March. The record also included the Ringo Starr-assisted “Heads Gonna Roll” and “Wasted Youth.”

Watch the video for “Rabbit Hole” here:

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