Little Big Return with Jaw Dropping New Video for “Boobs”

Guest starring Riley Reid, Eva Elfie, Kira Noir, and Oliver Tree

Social media sensations Little Big have just dropped their electrifying new single “Boobs,” ahead of their highly anticipated album Lobster Popstar, scheduled for release on April 26, 2024. The collection of songs are set to include collaborations with Canadian rapper, bbno$, and Swedish producer, Salvatore Ganacci.

Known for her boundary-pushing visuals, Little Big member and creative director, Alina Pasok, brings her clever and provocative vision to life in the music video for “Boobs”, featuring appearances from fellow musician, Oliver Tree, and adult stars, Riley Reid, Eva Elfie, and Kira Noir.

“Boobs” features a mix of funny lyrics and heavy electronic beats. The lyrics, including lines such as “I Like your boobs. Wow, I like your ass,” showcase the band’s signature blend of humor and rebellion, with hidden societal messages embedded in their visuals.

In the video, bandleader Ilya Prusikin’s face playfully replaces various moments of women’s private areas, creating comical and memorable scenes. Additional moments include vocalist, Sonya Tayurskaya walking with reversed limbs, and a moon landing declaring the area as Boobs, highlighting the band’s commitment to delivering a multi-sensory experience.

Following the success of their previous single “Hardstyle Fish,” Little Big continues to redefine the punk-rave landscape, captivating audiences worldwide. The “Boobs” music video promises to be a reaction-inducing visual feast, reminiscent of their previous underwater extravaganza for “Hardstyle Fish.”

Little Big’s meteoric rise began in 2013, and since then, they have consistently garnered international acclaim with their viral music videos and unique approach to storytelling. Their collaborations with artists like Dillion Francis, bbno$, Oliver Tree, Tommy Cash, and Sacha Baron Cohen have solidified their status as genre pioneers.

What do you think of their new single and video?

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