Minnesota’s Tiny Moving Parts have hired some kids to make a video for their new song, ‘Vertebrae’, and the results appear to be unplanned and unexpected to say the least.
The video (directed by Max Moore) sees the youths take on the roles of a highly under-qualified video crew whilst the band perform, eventually seeing the members injured, and the crew high on caffeine, and eventually they almost set the studio on fire.
Speaking about the song, vocalist/guitarist Dylan Mattheisen had this to say.
“‘Vertebrae’ is about going through the motions of feeling unhappy and ironically alone when you’re in a relationship. After all the immense time and effort you put in may turn out to be not where you want to be. This song we tried new ideas, even experimented with a banjitar! It was nice to get out of our comfort zone a little and create something special.”
You can stream and watch the video for ‘Vertebrae’ below.
The band’s fifth full-length album, ‘Breathe’, is out on September 13th 2019 via Hopeless Records.
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