Simple Creatures just dropped a crazy new video for their song “Thanks, I Hate It” that is "nightmare fuel." 

The duo comprised of blink 182’s Mark Hoppus and All Time Low’s Alex Gaskarth dropped the angsty track at the end of August. 

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“Had a day in the studio where we were feeling bad about ourselves because SOME PEOPLE don’t appreciate angry synthesizers. Now we get to shake our hips to that neg energy in a healthy and productive way. Everybody wins,” Gaskarth wrote.

Now, they’ve dropped a video to go with it that takes inspiration from an infomercial. We see Gaskarth and Hoppus sporting a few iconic looks promoting products like a Snuggie, a Shamwow, a Shake Weight and more. Their faces are superimposed on a variety of different people's bodies, making them transform into men, women and children of all ages in the ridiculous video.
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Gaskarth tweeted the video, saying it's "what Artificial Intelligence was created for".

You can see the "Thanks, I Hate It" video below.

“Thanks, I Hate It” was the second of three singles the band released from their Everything Opposite EP, which just dropped today. A few days ago, they unveiled “One Little Lie” from the record as well. 

The band is also celebrating their plethora of new songs with a couple of new California tour dates. Tickets go on sale Oct. 18 at 10 a.m. PT.

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You can stream Everything Opposite below. 

What do you think of the new Simple Creatures EP and video? Sound off in the comments below?

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