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"Smashing Pumpkins" uploads new weird music video to Youtube


Preston Hazard
Saturday, Oct, 20th 2018
5:30 pm EDT

                         *****WARNING, THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS SPOILERS*****

American alt-rock band "Smashing Pumpkins" is a group that needs no introduction. With albums such as, "Gish", "Siamese Dream", Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness" and singles like, "Zero" and "Bullet with Butterfly Wings" the band is probably one of the most iconic rock outfits in the Alternative scene.

While band frontman Billy Corgan is undoubtedly a talent figure in the world of music and literature. However, his filming style might be a bit more on the, let's just say, unusual side. A few days ago, the band released the official music video, for their new single, "Silvery Sometimes (Ghosts)" which you can watch here:

While the song that accompanies the video is, in my opinion, one of the bans best, the video. Well, it's just plain weird. The video takes place in some sort of abandoned house ride, or maybe an attraction some sort of theme park. The members (excluding Billy Corgan) of the band are seemingly challenged to spend a night in the building. Throughout the video, they are harassed by, very crappy looking "ghosts". After a few minutes, the band members find themselves inside a control room with nonother than Billy himself. They angrily push him around, then. the video ends leaving its viewers to wonder, "who let Billy Corgan direct this video".

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