This music video shows no hesitation in embracing and almost publicizing the abuse of the drug. After taking the drug, the user experiences increased heart-rate, which leads to overheating, extreme sweating, and potential dehydration, and also increased levels of dopamine in the brain. In other words, it makes you sweaty, energetic, and really happy. In the video, the actors are clearly shown drench in sweat. The amount of times a person is shown profusely sweating is almost a bit uncomfortable. Along with this, the people in the video are dancing crazily saying, “I just want to dance”, a common phrase said from users of the drug. Lastly, throughout the song the lyrics “Where is Molly? Do you know where I can find Molly? Have you seen Molly?” repeat for what seem to be like forever and all of which are quotes from users at festivals and shows.
The connection that most people make in their head of associating party drugs with dance and electronic music is not a good connection. Initially, one may think that DJs and producers may be against things like this occurring at there shows, but this shows anything but that. It actually enhances the stereotype that all people interested in this type of music are druggies. Not only does the drug cause slight depression after it wears off but can actually kill in some cases. Showing off the “advantages” of this drug to the public and young kids interested in music is advertising false happiness and embracing the bad stereotype that already exists.