She's no stranger to controversy - so perhaps we shouldn't be shocked that Amanda Palmer's new video has already been age-restricted by YouTube.
The artful promo for new single Want It Back - which hit YouTube little over a week ago - features a naked Palmer lying leisurely in bed as the lyrics of the song are scrawled across her body in time.
Warning: when we say her body, we mean ALL of it.
Beat that, Madonna. (Madge's own Girl Gone Wild video was famously censored by YouTube back in March.)
YouTube's explicit video policy means the online giant doesn't age-restrict material as it is uploaded - but instead reacts to consumer requests.
Some senior music label execs in the UK such as Universal Music chairman & CEO David Joseph have called for the site to take a more proactive stance, adopting a parental advisory/ 'EXPLICIT' warning system like that used by iTunes.
Palmer's latest is certainly a catchy number, but the video is probably not suitable for work - especially if you have the words 'pubic hair' written in a cautious part of your employment contract.
But as we're libertarian types, we've posted it below just in case.
Amanda Palmer & The Grand Theft Orchestra's album, Theatre Is Evil, is released on September 3 via Cooking Vinyl. The star raised over $1m from fans via Kickstarter to fund its creation.
Want It Back is released the week before, whilst Palmer starts her UK tour on October 23 in London.