"Not My Girl" is the first track on Tokyo Police Club's new EP 'Melon Collie and the Infinite Radness (Part 1)'.
Directed by Graham Wright
Produced by Amanda Fotes
Alien Prosthetics and Design by Anne Douris
Edited and Coloured by Sierra Wong
Director of Photography: Eric Rowe
Executive Producer: Mike Gillespie
Grip/Gaffer: Nick Tiringer
Super 8 Photography and Grip: Nikolay Michaylov
Special Thanks Andrew Williamson & Black Cat Gallery, Junction City Music Hall, Britney Townsend, Stefan Babcock
Tokyo Police Club is David Monks, Graham Wright, Josh Hook, and Greg Alsop
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Whether you're a human, a barn owl or a blue-faced alien, breaking up with your mate is hard to do. You'll find a rather hip pair of the latter species going through some serious heartbreak in Tokyo Police Club's new video for "Not My Girl."
The video first finds two brush-mouthed lovers calling it quits, leaving the presumed male of the pair to go on a spirit quest through the streets of Toronto, pounding beers at galleries and defeatedly swiping though a dating app. After making a human match, he promptly takes the lady out to see Tokyo Police Club, but things ultimately don't feel right.
The other azure-coloured alien is also feeling a bit off, opting to scarf pizza, read some Isaac Asimov, and reminisce on good old days of holding hands and having apartment banjo parties.
Will true love prevail? You can find out by giving the decidedly alien, but all-too-relatable music video a look, above.