Having returned from a triumphant co-headlining Australia/New Zealand jaunt with NINE INCH NAILS, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE have wasted no time in teaming with director Hiro Murai (CHILDISH GAMBINO, ST. VINCENT) for the just-unveiled cinematic mini-epic for "Smooth Sailing", the latest single from the band's most recent album, "...Like Clockwork" (Matador).
The definitely NSFW "Smooth Sailing" follows QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE's Joshua Homme and cohorts on a delirious adventure that blossoms from garden variety drunken shenanigans to possibly the most nightmarishly accurate live action interpretation of a QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE song to date. Seriously, "Smooth Sailing" lends a new meaning to 3D musical cinema — that is, it turns the 3 D's into Drinking, Drugs and Death.
In addition to newly announced dates in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; Bangor, Maine; Port Chester, New York; and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE have begun to confirm details of a South America tour for this fall, including stops in Brazil, Argentina, Colombia and Uruguay.
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