This is what happens when you let Tommy Wiseau direct your music video


Cementing their place in history as patrons of the arts, Los Angeles-based band Corsica Arts Club enlisted Tommy Wiseau, the auteur who brought you best-ever bad movie The Room, to direct their new music video.

Like any respectable entry in Wiseau’s oeuvre, “California I Follow” raises more questions than it answers, and feels a bit like it was created by aliens with only a passing familiarity with the norms of human civilization thanks to the distorted radio broadcasts that intermittently reach their home planet. The video also features Neighbors actor Raul Phoenix (who played Tim, that guy who always had a basketball for some reason) in a major role, as a man who isn’t sure what to do with his face.

It’s also worth nothing that the band members are decked out in Tommy Wiseau-branded underwear and varsity jackets inspired by the director’s Neighbors character Ricky Rick, who himself makes a bewigged cameo appearance. Watch “California I Follow” here:

Molly Fitzpatrick is senior editor of Fusion’s Pop & Culture section. Her interests include movies about movies, TV shows about TV shows, and movies about TV shows, but not so much TV shows about movies.

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