WATCH: Foster The People Share Trippy New "Doing It for the Money" Video

August 11, 2017
Singer Mark Foster of Foster The People during performance at festival Rock for People in Hradec Kralove, Czech republic, July 6, 2017.

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Take a second and try to remember your last dream. Now try to picture what a computer’s dream would look like. Kinda hard to do, right? Luckily Foster The People did it for you so you don’t have to thanks to the music video for their Sacred Hearts Club track “Doing It for the Money” (via Paper Magazine).

According to Paper, the Daniel Henry-directed video was created using Google’s DeepDream Technology, which is hard to sum up without using words you need to look up, so to put it simply: It takes visuals and enhances their patterns to make it look like you’re tripping. You’ll see what we mean after watching the below video.

The video seeks to showcase a computer’s subconscious, which apparently includes Foster The People in the studio and lots of animals, specifically animal heads.

What do you think? Does Foster The People’s “computer dream” match the image in your head?