Music video is an electronic erotic rendition of a Japanese folk song

The Plum Song is the newest music video created by Omodaka, the Japanese experimental electropop group that describes itself as a "mutational fusion of music and motion graphics." It features the voice of folk singer Akiko Kanazawa and art direction by Teppei Maki, and pays homage to the Edo period (1603-1868) red light district in Tokyo called Yoshiwara.

The video hit YouTube a few weeks ago, but the song will be available for purchase on iTunes today or tomorrow (or you can buy it on Hear Japan now).

via TokyoMango