Stop. Before you allow yourself to read any further, do yourself a favor and click play on the video below. From the get-go, director Mic Zing compiles a bevy of miscellaneously psychedelic images. Disembodied limbs stomp, clap, and toss around glitter in this premiere music video for a new single by The Lazy Calm. The track, “Paper Dreams,” closely mirrors the disco-propelled, subtropical elements found in the video, which incorporates amateur-savvy stop motion and green screen effects with wild success. Pop inflections guised in lucid-lilting synthesizers proceed the chorus, portrayed in the video as a boisterous cartoon mouth a la Rocky Horror Picture Show. The whole video is hilariously random and just downright fun, a satisfying visual interpretation of this vigorously enjoyable track by Perth, Australia-hailing The Lazy Calm. And that shot of the ski lift. Get’s me every time.