Stream FUCKKKYOUUU, the Eddie Alcazar film soundtracked by Flying Lotus

Eddie Alcazar’s short film FUCKKKYOUUU, which was soundtracked by Flying Lotus is now available to watch online. After premiering at last year’s Sundance festival, the black-and-white film has cropped up on You Tube last night. The film, which is about a time-travelling lonely girl reconnecting with her past-self, deals with gender and identity through a gritty horror aesthetic while FlyLo re-imagines the surreal world in his soundtrack. The Californian producer’s score mirrors Eddie Alcazar’s visuals, bringing tension through sustained lustrous tones while anthropomorphising the macabre through dissonance and unforeseen progressional changes. FlyLo’s score at times juxtaposes the grotesque of Alcazar’s grainy imagery in line with the plot of the narrative. It is however during the final scene, where the one version of the “lonely girl” needs to cease to exist, that Flying Lotus drives the hammer home in quick successive distorted loops, that seem to appear without any known pre-determination and delivers the shock and horror of the imagery magnificently. The video is as much about the music as it is the visuals and it strengthens the idea that Flying Lotus is something of a musical polymath – able to adapt to any context, without losing his esoteric charm. You can stream the NSFW video below.