Atlanta-based funk duo Deep Cotton take us on a journey to no man's land -- or the land where women hate men, rather. In the video for their single "We're Far Enough From Heaven Now We Can Freak Out" Deep Cotton are held hostage by beautiful SCUM warriors who want to rid the world of men. Directed by Alan Ferguson, Deep Cotton find themselves at Camp Mothaland awaiting their death. Actually happy to be captured, they use their pending demise as an opportunity and once the duo starts performing, the island warriors let their guard down and freak out to the music. The song itself is a ball of energy that you can't help but dance to and has a new age funk that we can definitely appreciate. In case you didn't know, Deep Cotton are in cahoots with Janelle Monáe as co-founders of Wondaland Arts Society and serve as producers on her albums The ArchAndroid and The Electric Lady. If you can't get enough of the song or the duo, you can download Deep Cotton's fixtape Runaway Radio on their website. In the meantime, we'll wait for the upcoming emotion picture to see what fate awaits them.
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