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Peaches Shares “I Mean Something” Video Featuring Burlesque Legends and Margaret Cho

Rub Out Now via I U She Music/INgrooves

Nov 10, 2015
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Peaches released her new album, Rub, back in September via I U She Music/INgrooves. Today she has shared the video for "I Mean Something." The song features Feist, but she doesn't appear in the video. Instead the clip features burlesque legends Kitten Natividad, Satans Angel, Tiffany Carter, Dusty Summers, and Shannon Doah, as they join Peaches at a pool party. Comedian Margaret Cho also shows in furry penis suit she wore in the "Dick in the Air" video and presents Peaches with a boob cake. Silas Howard directed the clip. Watch it below.



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July 31st 2018
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It is interesting how she kept herself away from the video and has tried to come up with something different. The music video is as interesting as the song goes you never really get the idea of the song by a single watch.

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