Sisyphus Unleash Evocative Video For “Take Me”

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The video for Sisyphus‘s “Take Me” delivers a message already made clear by the song: Sufjan wants to get intimate. Dancers frolic about provocatively in various stages of “clothing optional” attire as Sufjan croons, over and over again, “take me to your room / I wanna be your friend.”

This follows up the video for Sufjan Stevens, Son Lux, and Serengeti’s “Booty Call,” with both tracks coming off the recent self-titled, art installment-soundtracking art pop album. Art pop is not said lightly – the trio formerly known as s/s/s is a unique creature. You can still stream that album here. Ryan Dickie directed the stunning, sensual video.

Tyler Hanan

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