In what could best be described as their own personal "November Rain" (but with less shots of Slash soloing outside a dusty church), the Builders and the Butchers pull out all the stops on their epic "Golden and Green" video.

This Alicia Rose directed clip—which debuts on the AOL Spinner site this morning—captures plenty of shady dealings in a rural cabin, the prancing "Vivian Girls" (featuring the Mercury's very own, Flannery Smith, head of our scrapbooking and precious memories department), and a mythical woodland creature.

You're going to need to watch this video twice.

End Hits: This video just confirms my suspicion that nothing good ever happens in the forest.