Gone Daddy Gone
Gnarls' latest video, for their irresistible rethink of the Violent Femmes classic, "Gone Daddy Gone," has now begun receiving play across the music TV spectrum. The clip - directed by Chris Milk (known for his eye-popping work with such artists as Kanye West, Jet, and the Flaming Lips) - made its debut last week on MTV's TRL, and has just entered the rotation at MTV2, having recently had its round-the-clock premiere as the network's "Unleashed" video of the day. At VH1, "Gone Daddy Gone", preceding the "Crazy" clip which stands at lucky #13. "Gone Daddy Gone" is also receiving plentiful play at VH1 Soul and VH1.com, as well as on Fuse, where it resides among the network's Top 10 clips.
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