'Girls' And 'Orange Is The New Black' Collide In This Darkly Hilarious Music Video

Tanlines explore the alternate realities of a relationship gone wrong.

If you like "Girls," "Orange Is The New Black," indie music (whatever that is) and multiple realities, you'll LOVE New York band Tanlines' new video for "Palace," off of their new record Highlights.

The video, directed by Teddy Blanks and "Girls" actor Alex Karpovsky, is about the two outcomes of a breakup -- one that leads to happiness and success, the other to misery and, basically, death. Karpovsky and Tanlines singer Eric Emm play out the dude's fate in the relationship (since they look EXACTLY alike), and "Orange Is The New Black"s Natasha Lyonne plays the woman.

Ben Sinclair from “High Maintenance” and Leo Fitzpatrick from “Kids" and “The Wire” also guest-star in the video, which was shot at Brooklyn music venue Baby's All Right (a.k.a. home of the best brussels sprouts around -- tell your friends!).