Go ahead and take five minutes out of your day and watch Pharrell stroll through a possibly-enchanted forest on a crisp autumn afternoon, nodding at ethereal dancers and occasionally pausing to wiggle his hips. All of this — and more! — can be found in the new video for “Gust of Wind,” Pharrell’s latest Daft Punk collaboration.
The clip, directed by Edgar Wright (Hot Fuzz, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World), is aesthetically pleasing, if strange. Though the guys from Daft Punk don’t make an appearance, their trademark helmets do — in the form of giant stone boulders that eventually float up and away into space.
Bonus: the bright red, orange and yellow hues make this video feel like one big tribute to fall. So feel free to grab yourself a pumpkin spice latte, wrap yourself in a cozy sweater and enjoy.
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