The music video for "Pull Up to the Bumper" is a combination of live footage of Jones performing the song on her "A One Man Show" merged and edited alongside excerpts from Godfrey Reggio's 1982 experimental documentary film "Koyaanisqatsi". The video uses the edited studio version of the song and its opening section includes excerpts from the song "Nightclubbing".

"Pull Up to the Bumper" is a 1981 single by Jamaican singer Grace Jones. Upon its release, the song spent seven weeks at number 2 on the US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart, as well as becoming a Top 5 single on the US R&B chart. The track has come to be one of Jones' signature tunes and her first transatlantic hit. Music critic and writer Glenn O'Brien called "Pull Up to the Bumper" "Grace's first car radio hit". The original 1981 release peaked at number 53 on the UK Singles Chart. When it was re-released in 1985, then with the 1977 recording of "La Vie en rose" as the B-side, it reached number 12 on the UK pop chart in early 1986. The song then finally charted in Ireland and Germany, and became the singer's best-seller.

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