Familiar with Future Unlimited? They're the Nashville-based electronic/post-punk outfit that reminded The Spin of Depeche Mode, New Order, The Birthday Party and early Cure when they played the Cream's anniversary party back in August. Last October, Future Unlimited — a duo featuring David Miller and Samuel D’Amelio — released the single "Haunted Love," and yesterday they debuted their music video for the tune via Rolling Stone.
The video, it should most certainly be noted, was directed by star of stage and screen Shia LaBeouf (known for his work in Lawless, Transformers and, I recollect affectionately, Even Stevens). The video stars F.U. frontman Miller as well as Mia Goth, the latter of whom will be featured alongside LaBeouf in the forthcoming Lars Von Trier film Nymphomaniac and has been romantically linked to the Beoufster. The video itself is a wonderfully dark, macabre and — let's be honest — goddamn terrifying affair, with the appropriately monikered Goth playing a victim-turned-murderess. It's truly chilling ... seems LaBeouf took a page out of Von Trier's book. For good measure, hear "Haunted Love" and a couple of other Future Unlimited singles after the jump or at F.U.'s Soundcloud page.