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Another day, another new "Weird Al" Yankovic video is coming out for the public's amusement. This time, it is a parody of Lorde's "Royals," titled "Foil."
The new music video came from Yankovic's own Twitter, who tweeted the following earlier today:
— Al Yankovic (@alyankovic) July 16, 2014
Image via Twitter from "Weird Al" Yankovic
This video falls in line with the other two videos released by Yankovic earlier this week, "Tacky" and "Word Crimes," making fun of "Happy" and "Blurred Lines," respectively. These tracks all come from his newest album, Mandatory Fun, which was released on Tuesday.
Featured in the video is Yankovic's typical wacky humor, as well as a cameo or two from some popular comedic actors, as also seen in the video for "Tacky" on Monday. This marks just the third in the supposed eight music videos that Yankovic is planning to release in the next eight days.
With "Word Crimes," "Tacky" and "Foil" already covered, it is a mystery at the moment just what song is the next to get a video for the public's general entertainment. It will probably be "Inactive," but the possibility of it being either "Lame Claim to Fame," "Sports Song" or "First World Problems" is not out of the question.
Of course, the answer to this question will be answered on Thursday. Until then, fans can just enjoy this song, or just enjoy one of Yankovic's original classics.
Image courtesy of Jennifer Graylock/INFevents.com