Mac Miller Releases 'Clubhouse' Music Video as the GO:OD AM Tour Kicks Off

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It's been a big comeback year for Mac Miller and today he released a new music video for his track "Clubhouse" off the GO:OD AM album. Miller's GO:OD AM tour also kicks off today.

(Music Video Below)

Miller's "Clubhouse" music video was launched exclusively on Pitchfork as a part of their GP4K series with GoPro. The series will feature videos that are filmed with GoPro HERO4 Black cameras which the new "Clubhouse" music video was captured in.

The video is really strange and doesn't seem to have much relation to the lyrical content. It differs completely from the music video for "Brand Name" where the Truman Show context related to the overall message in the song.

"The series premiere features Pittsburgh MC Mac Miller, who just released his latest album GO:OD AM," according to Pitchfork.

"Director Eavvon O'Neal paired footage of the rapper with a crew of synchronized swimmers to create a bizarre, pool-based version of 'Clubhouse,' recorded and filmed at Metropolitan Pool in Williamsburg, Brooklyn."

Miller's GO:OD AM album was deemed one of his best projects to date and showed a lot of maturity.

The GO:OD AM tour kicks off today in Rochester, NY with two more NY shows to follow in Buffalo and Brooklyn. You can check out hilarious music video for "Clubhouse" below.

Watch the music video for "Clubhouse" below.