Die Antwoord have uploaded a truly bizarre, 5-minute short film on their Youtube channel. It is titled "Tommy Can't Sleep," and stars Ninja and Yolandi Visser (who also served as director) alongside their actual daughter and... Jack Black. Watch it above.

The plot concerns Tommy, a child who is haunted by some sort of underground sex gang of rats, all while shot in a style that evokes equally disturbing works like David Lynch's Eraserhead. Hilarity--and profanity--ensues.

Die Antwoord are fresh from the announcement of what they have stated will be their final album, The Book of Zef, out later this year. Their last release was 2016's Mount Ninji and Da Nice Time Kid.

In other music news, A$AP Ferg has shared yet another new single. Listen to it right here.

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