British art-rock band Django Django released its sophomore album, Born Under Saturn, earlier this month, a collection of groove-heavy, pseudo-rockabilly tracks that picks up right where their self-titled 2012 debut left off. The band’s sound perfectly matches sweaty dance clubs, but in their new video for Saturn song “Shake and Tremble,” director Pete Dee transports Django Django from indoor stages to a jungle modeled after the one Michael Douglas and Danny DeVito traversed in Robert Zemeckis’ 1984 action rom-com Romancing the Stone.
“It was kind of a fun day of filming, in amongst all the tropical set up,” drummer and producer Dave Maclean told EW by phone. That wasn’t his primary takeaway from the video, though. “It’s nice to be in this one. Quite often we do music videos where it’s quite abstract, where you can’t see us. So, to be able to see us for once, to see what we look like playing the song.”
Check out EW’s exclusive premiere of the “Shake and Tremble” video below, along with Django Django’s upcoming tour dates.
July 25: Toronto, ON — Way Home Festival
July 26: Montreal, QC — Le National
July 28: New York, NY — Webster Hall
July 29: Washington, DC — 9:30 Club
August 1: Chicago, IL — Lollapalooza
August 2: Minneapolis, MN — First Avenue
August 6: Los Angeles, CA — Mayan Theatre
August 7: Santa Ana, CA — The Observatory
August 8: San Francisco, CA — Outside Lands Festival