Oakland’s Religious Girls have been campaigning for your doughnations to their IndieGoGo all month but in the meantime, they rounded up their pals for some daydrinking and made a music video out of it. “Dead Dog” gives HBO’s ‘Girls’ a run for their money in humor and depicting a 20-somethings daily life emphasized by stalker-style close-ups and 90′s documentary edits. Their experimental pop gives the video a sense of nostalgia, with melodies and drumlines that would normally be looped by any other band are repeated and developed over the duration, delicately balancing tempo and energy exertion.
Directed by Chris Danko and edited by Sprinkle Lab, “Dead Dog” satisfies your twerk cravings with an appetizing horror film-inspired conclusion.
“Dead Dog” comes off of Religious Girls’ upcoming record I Want To Believe – help them make it with your doughnation and catch them on their nationwide tour, more info at Gimme Money Monday: Religious Girls.