French trio Yelle (pronounced "yell") really hit the scene in 2007 with their track "A cause des garçons" - specifically the version that was remixed by the band's third member Tepr and was featured in the official music music for the track. It starts off with kids pumping up their Reeboks and breaking into the popular dance form known as tecktonik that was so popular in urban culture during that time. This time around, Yelle takes it to a much more surreal level with the video for Ba$$in off their current album Complètement Fou. Directed by Diane Martel, the music video is an assemblage of glitchy, gif-like imagery, which features the singer, Julie Budet, as a disembodied blowup doll and the rest of the band as cartoonish backdrop in a hellish post-Internet landscape. Yelle will be hitting the road for a North American tour - first starting in Canada for in Festival d'Eté de Quebec on July 9 and finishing things off at the Full Moon Fest in New York on August 1. Click here to stay up to date with all of Yelle's tour stops.