"Mass × Density" is a song by American alternative experimental punk rock duo Caramel Factory from their eponymous debut EP, as well as their debut studio album The Orange of Autumn. The single was released on July 29, 2008.
- Mass × Density
- Mass × Density (2 Bad Mice Remix)
- Mass × Density (GassMask Remix)
- Mass × Density (Instrumental)
- Hello Bozo (Live)
The music video for the song was released on July 29, 2008, on the same day in which the single was released.
The duo members Dan Harris and Adam Robinson play their instruments on two round, colorful platforms that move in random directions. Nearly two minutes into the music video, a small device with a handwritten label "CARTOONIZER BOMB" explodes and turns everything around it into flipbook-style pencil sketch animations. As we go further into the video, the animation starts to become simpler and much less realistic. Harris and Robinson struggle to revert the scenery using the rewind button on a remote with a narrow black screen on top, but end up dropping it to the floor. Thus the screen on the remote projects a green text reading "now eliminating all cartoon matter" before the duo, their instruments, and the rest of the scenery get sucked up into the center of the screen, leaving only a blank space behind.