Your music videos are incredibly experimental and anarchic, portraying twisted tales of lust, pride, greed, envy, gluttony, wrath and sloth. But we’ve got to talk about one music video in particular, for Pictures of You, directed by Duncan Loudon. Duncan focussed the video on the controversial Internet sensation of ‘deepfakes’: a form of AI that allows you to put someone’s face on a video. Of course, it arose from the depths of Reddit. You then posted the explicit version of your video on PornHub (which was later removed). I found this incredibly interesting, as ‘deepfakes’ began as a form of comedy but has since become a malicious stage for revenge porn, now used solely for degradation and humiliation. By using this idea in the video, what are you trying to say?