News - Matthew McConaughey returns as David Wooderson in Butch Walker's 'Synthesizers' video

Read the lyrics here Synthesizers.
Impersonating the character David Wooderson that made him famous back in 1993 in "Dazed and Confused" movie, the Texas native actor Matthew McConaughey does his best to sing the lyrics for Butch Walker and The Black Widows' music video in support of their single "Synthesizers".

Still wearing those '70s duds and burning one down, he's got the young girls following him around in a modern club setting this time around. After taking in the extra eye candy like the creep he brilliantly was in the 1993 stoner comedy, he stops to say hi to the bartender (who should look very familiar) on his way to seal the deal. Watch the clip below.

Music video: Butch Walker and The Black Widows "Synthesizers"

"Synthesizers" is taken from the second album from Butch Walker and The Black Widows, entitled The Spade The album was released last year and is the follow-up to the band's 2010 debut I Liked It Better When You Had No Heart. Speaking about the new single, Walker said: "The song lyrics really relate to just about anyone who has a hard time moving on with the changes that life throws at you."

Walker has previously worked also as producer and songwriter, doing music for artists such as Katy Perry, Pink, Avril Lavigne and Bowling for Soup.