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In a music video, that is, though we imagine Aubrey's presence could help get one through any potentially unpleasant event, make-believe or otherwise.
The "Damsels in Distress" star channels the title of that movie as she acts out in the music video for Father John Misty's "Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings." While the video doesn't showcase the most, shall we say, traditional funeral ever, Aubrey's rambunctious behavior is still enough to raise a few eyebrows — and prompt at least one dream sequence, complete with fog machine and red lights.
Father John Misty is actually Josh Tillman, the former drummer of the folk-rock ensemble, Fleet Foxes. Tillman — er, Father John Misty — just released his first solo album, "Fear Fun," earlier this week, on which you'll find the rather engaging "Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings."
Aubrey Plaza has certainly been keeping busy lately, showing the world that she's more than just the detached hipster she plays on "Parks and Recreation" with appearances in indie films, Funny or Die sketches and, of course, music videos. She'll next be seen in the romantic comedy that might involve time travel, "Safety Not Guaranteed," opening June 8.
Check out the music video for "Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings" below, and thanks to The Playlist for the find. [Note: this might qualify for NSFW if your volume is up high enough during the last minute of the video.]