The euphoric pop banger is a celebration of unity and inclusivity originally penned as a new LGBT anthem, saying “I know a place we can go/ Where everyone’s gonna lay down their weapons”. The video channels this message by placing MUNA in the middle of a harsh industrial landscape, standing arm in arm against a wall of riot police. They lead a dance against their tyrannical rule and take a young girl into their care. If only all oppression could be defeated like this.
Watch the video for ‘I Know A Place’ below. Read our interview with MUNA here.
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