The track, featuring original Doors member Ray Manzarek on keyboards, marks Yankovic's first live-action music clip since the 2006 Internet sensation "White & Nerdy."
The "Craigslist" video, which includes a montage of psychedelic stock footage and Yankovic doing his best Jim Morrison impression, is meant to simulate a typical music video that the Doors might have released in the 1960s, Yankovic's record label said.
"We were working with a considerably smaller budget, which was consistent with the look we were trying to achieve," Yankovic said in a statement. "We literally shot it in Liam's garage."
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