The Black Keys' New Video Stars a Supermodel Cult

It's just as weird as it sounds, but in a good way.

We've been waiting ever-so-patiently for The Black Keys' monstrous Turn Blue tour to hit New York City, nay Brooklyn, next month. In the meantime, they're satiating our appetite for the blues with a music video for their howling ballad "Weight of Love," which truly appeals to our sweet spot for models. The video stars a troupe of new guard favorites — including leader Lara Stone, Lily McMenamy, Camilla Rowe, and Louise Parker — who eat, sleep, and breathe cult life in diaphanous white dress, naturally.

In all their splendor, the genetically-blessed assemblage spends their days traipsing through tall grass meadows, partaking in synchronised exercises on the beach, and retiring back to their lighthouse home. The 7-minute short film was directed by Theo Wenner, son of Rolling Stone founder Jann Weiner and Miley Cyrus' rumored paramour, and in truth, is just as weird as it sounds. But in a good way.

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