It’s finally here, for your perusal almost a year to the day after the original EP was released. Talk about efficient time management skills. The video was made by our talented friend Sean Foreman and his Motley Crew of equally talented visualists.
I still love Teenage Kicks more than I love most things.
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In Japanese folklore, Gashadokuro, also known as Odokuro, are giant skeletons, fifteen times taller than an average person. They can reach huge sizes (up to about 90 feet tall), and are constructed from the bones of people who have died from starvation. Their bones are collected into this giant skeleton creature which is filled with intense anger and a thirst for human blood. He wanders around at night, grinding his teeth and making a “gachi gachi” sound. The giant skeleton towers so high above the ground and walks so quietly that he can be almost invisible. The only warning you get when the giant skeleton is near is a strange and inexplicable ringing in your ears.
If the Gashadokuro finds you, he will reach down with his bony hand and snatch you off the ground. Then he will pluck your head off and suck the blood out of your headless body until his thirst is quenched.
Paging Leah/Zani/Kaitlyn/everyone to this post to appreciate the newest folklore second-love of my life (Krampus is still reigning king of my heart).
So, it looks like everything else in my wardrobe is now unwearable and unimportant. That’s a normal reaction, right?
This is the opening track from our new EP which is coming out on February 28th. Spread the word, y’all. And if you’re a GTA resident (or willing to take an exciting road-trip) you can win a bunch of stuff, including tickets to our EP release at The Horseshoe on March 2nd. Here’s the link - http://www.aux.tv/contests/win-a-teenage-kicks-prize-pack/
I just have all the heart eyes in the world for this band, and you should too.