November 9, 2012 21:01

Amanda Palmer makes out with a porn star in her new Wayne Coyne directed NSFW video - watch

The 'Do It With A Rockstar' promo was co-helmed by The Flaming Lips frontman

Video: Amanda Palmer & The Grand Theft Orchestra - 'The Killing Type'

Amanda Palmer has unveiled her new, NSFW video for the track 'Do It With A Rockstar'.

Directed by The Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne and Palmer, the video features a guest appearance from feminist porn star Stoya. Click above to watch the video.

The video was shot in Coyne's hometown, Oklahoma City, and sees Dresden Dolls frontwoman Palmer making out with Stoya after a frenetic club show.

Speaking about the video on her blog, Palmer wrote: "Wayne ran around like a crazy man….lending us his house to shoot in… and showed up at a certain point with 5 boxes of glitter, since i'd offhandedly mentioned we might want some for the live shoot. WHO KNEW that wayne coyne kept a secret stash – by the gallon – of golden glitter in his warehouse?"

She added of the video, which also features Coyne's drag queen friends: "The whole shoot was a hot and sweaty glittery blur."

Amanda Palmer will be heading out on a UK and Ireland tour with her backing band The Grand Theft Orchestra in March of next year.

The US singer-songwriter will play seven dates on the run, kicking off at Dublin Academy on March 21 2013 and finishing up at London Roundhouse on March 28, with stops in Edinburgh, Manchester, Bristol, Birmingham and Brighton on the way.

Watch Palmer performing 'The Killing Type' during a recent visit to the NME office by clicking below.

To check the availability of Amanda Palmer tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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