The song is the second single from her album Master of My Make-Believe and the follow-up to 'Disparate Youth'.
The clip, which was directed by Nabil and Santigold herself, sees the 'Lights Out' star comment on the current state of society as she plays a member of an idyllic 1950s American family.
Wu-Tang Clan's GZA, Kick Kennedy and Trevor Andrew also make cameo appearances.
The singer has previously slammed modern music, stating that LMFAO make her want to "cry".
"I think there's a lack of true art, and the fanfare is valued over actual substance. It's like you don't have to make good music to be f**king huge," she said.
She most recently played at Radio 1's Hackney Weekend.
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