Sigur Rós' new video for “Fjögur Píanó” stars Shia LaBeouf like you've never seen him before: naked. Looks like Louis Stevens is all grown up.

This is the third film in the Sigur Rós Mystery Film Experiment series, which has seen a dozen filmmakers receiving the same budget to create whatever comes into their heads while listening to songs from the the Icelandic band's new album, Valtari.

Directed by Alma Har’el, “Fjögur Píanó" -- the last track on the album -- stars a bearded Shia LaBeouf and according to the official press release, tells the story of a "man and woman locked in a never-ending cycle of addiction and desire.” In the very NSFW video, LaBeouf goes full-frontal ... for some reason.

“Fjögur Píanó” is Har’el’s first project since winning “Best Documentary Feature” at last year’s Tribeca Film Festival for her film debut "Bombay Beach."

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  • Sigur Ros - Glsli

    Sigur Ros - Glsli EMI UK (P) 2006 The copyright in this audiovisual recording is owned by Sigur Ros under exclusive licence to EMI Records Ltd

  • Sigur Ros - Viorar Vel Til Loftarasa - English subtitles

    The award-winning music video Viorar Vel Til Loftarasa by Sigur Ros (2001). This translation is one of the context-based translations from Icelandic to English for maximum clarification.

  • Sigur Ros - (Untitled)

    Music video by Sigur Ros performing (Untitled). (C) 2003 Fat Cat Records/ [PIAS] Recordings under exclusive license to Geffen Records

  • Sigur Rs - Var

    Var by Inga Birgisdttir - Taken from the "valtari mystery film experiment" - more details: Valtari is available to purchase now:

  • Sigur Rs | Sglpur (Official Video)

    "Sglpur (aka "Lost at Sea")" Official Music Video. Full 7min Video Version. sigurros: "Takk..." iTunes UK: iTunes US: 2006 EMI Records Ltd & Universal Music Recordings, Inc.

  • Sigur Ros / Svefn-G-Englar

    This unforgettable and award-winning video from Iceland, conceived by and supervised by the musical group, Sigur Ros and the filmmaker, Agust Jacobsson, features the Perlan special-needs theatre group acting out a simple but beautiful play about the elements. Foradditional information about this film please visit its details This unique music video is part of the Sprout Touring Film Festival (showcasing films related to the field of developmental disabilities). Click the following link to see a complete listing of all the films available through this festival:

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