The visuals respond to the music in a disjunctive way, the band dance and alter their body shape so that its in time with the beat. The video has been shot mostly in stop motion to give it a really jerky, fidgety motion, yet it fits with the unsteady timing and strange instruments the band uses.
The video doesn't follow a particular narrative or a story, instead its choreographed and acted out as a sort of stop motion dance. However, there is an essence of time in the video, as we see the sun go down, the night, then morning again in the video. It follows more of a dance narrative than a story narrative, however its just as visually entertaining as a story would be.
The stars are not representing an image, however from the video they have gained a strong reputation in the music video world for being very visually entertaining as they are always trying to do things that have never been done before. However in this video I think they are representing a subliminal creative image
The whole video appears to be shot in one take, however the video has been edited together using stop motion, there are about 25 photos a second to give the animation a smooth, yet jerky look. The mise en scene of the video is interesting, the stars are dressed in full colour to make them stand out from a distance from when the cameras zoomed out, it adds to the overall creative image of the video.
I think that the video is disjunctive, as the visuals respond to the music in an imaginative, choreographed way, instead of following a narrative imposed by the lyrics. However, the visuals respond to the musics sound and rhythm, with lip syncing and actions, giving the video an amplifying feel to it.