Three music videos were made. The first, directed by Fredrik Bond, follows a young British man's attempts to impress Moby with his zany dancing skills. Moby, who seems confused by the performance, tries his hand at effects with but ends up blowing up a nearby car. The second video is an alternate take of the first, and incorporates footage of dancers auditioning for the clip. Both versions were released in the UK. Bond went on to direct the 2013 movie Charlie Countryman
, starring Shia LaBeouf.
The third video, directed by Steve Carr, was released in the US. Keeping with the dance theme, Moby borrows a pair of star-shaped sunglasses that make him see dancers wherever he goes. The clip features a cameo appearance by the hip-hop group Run-DMC. Carr, who directed the Ice Cube movie Next Friday
(2000), also helmed music videos for numerous hip-hop acts, including Jay-Z ("Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem)
") and Nelly ("#1").