Boys Noize released the official music video for “What You Want,” a leading single off last year’s Out of Black. It’s the same great dark techno, but seasoned with cultish superhero metaphors. Who knew Alex Ridha likes to nerd out on thinly veiled X-Men references? The only way we’d like this video more is if it featured astronauts.
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