Ottawa-based three-man punk unit the Tenenbaums are gearing up to release their sophomore LP We'll Always Have Millhouse later this fall, but before it officially arrives, we've got the premiere of their new video for "Community."
The new release follows up their debut Fish EP and hears the band moving in a slightly more mature direction. But despite pushing their sound in a new direction, the Tenenbaums still know how to have fun. With "getting inebriated, talking nonsense and having a good time" still at the top of their priority list.
The clip sees the band performing at a house party in Peterborough, ON, while director Karol Orzechowski manipulates the footage to play with time.
"Filming this video was pretty damn rad," said drummer Alex Granville in a statement. "Karol, a good friend of ours came to a house party we were playing with his gear and just started shooting. It was great. We were surrounded by friends (and some faces I've never seen), beer, narcotics, what else could one ask for in a rock n roll video?"
Appropriately billed as a "slow motion punk rawk party," the new clip for "Community" is a definitely a fun one, and you can check it out above. -- Exclaim!
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