Wanna Appear Nude in a Moby/Wayne Coyne Video? Apply Here.

Moby and his director pal, Flaming Lips Wayne Coyne, are currently looking for extras to participate in a new video.  Wayne is helping The Bald One with a video for “The Perfect Life,” which will appear on Moby’s next album, The Innocents, which is due October 1.

Two catches:  (1) the casting call will probably in LA; and (2) you gotta be willing to get naked.

Here are the casting details via Moby’s website:

Below are the extras we need, if you think you can help out:

a drunk king: guy with beard age 35-50

s&m gimp rhythmic gymnast: a rhythmic gymnast dressed in a leather s and m gimp costume complete with mask with a zipper mouth. someone who is good at the ribbon and stick thing. preferably a male if such a thing exists. if not a women or girl with a flat chest.

8 rollerskating ghosts: any gender. roller skaters not rollerbladers, ideally people who can roller dance and do a choreographed routine, perhaps a roller dance crew if such a thing exists. ideally people who also would be ok with taking off their costume and get naked but not obligatory rollerskating dance ability takes preference.

12 goth choir members: in their 20‘s mixed sex and ethnicity. don’t have to be able to sing but need to lip synch and be able to move with a little it of rhythm as the choir will move their hands in unison. they should be goth. ideally they are comfortable with nudity.

2 obese bearded bikers in red speedos: pretty self explanatory there. need to be able to ride a motorcycle, ideally they have their own.

20 random party goers who are comfortable with nudity: all ages. freaky fun, people who are cool with dancing and getting naked. existing costumes and skills a plus like hula hoopers, crunk dancers various random talents, jugglers etc, trick rope twirlers, stuff of that weird talent show speciality nature a plus. comfortable with nudity is the main requirement here.

a punk rock brass brand: maybe this pre- exist in la? like a steam punk anarchistic brass band?

p.s-these are real requests..

thanks,

moby

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Alan Cross

is an internationally known broadcaster, interviewer, writer, consultant, blogger and speaker. In his 30+ years in the music business, Alan has interviewed the biggest names in rock, from David Bowie and U2 to Pearl Jam and the Foo Fighters. He’s also known as a musicologist and documentarian through programs like The Ongoing History of New Music.

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