Duran Duran party with Queen Elizabeth, Lady Gaga, and Daniel Craig—well, at least their very impressive lookalikes—in the new music video for “Anniversary,” Rolling Stone magazine reported.
The clip was directed by Alison Jackson, a filmmaker, artist, and photographer whose work examines celebrity and fame, a theme that permeates the new “Anniversary” clip. In it, Duran Duran and a host of celebrity doppelgangers rage at Belvoir Castle in Leicestershire, England: “The Queen” cleans up at poker, “Madonna” and “Lady Gaga” dance with sparklers, “Elton John” and “Stormzy” make cameos, “Nicki Minaj” peruses the library, and capping it all off, there’s even a younger version of Duran Duran playing “Anniversary” on stage.
“I’m thrilled to have been asked by Duran Duran to make their music video,” Jackson said in a statement, “creating an iconic party for their 40th anniversary, bringing celebrities together from past and present.”
“Anniversary” will appear on Duran Duran’s upcoming album Future Past, out this Friday. This album is Duran Duran’s first since Paper Gods in 2015.
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