Teen Agers, the Orlando punk band comprised of members from seasoned and loved punk acts Go Rydell, Protagonist, Direct Effect and How Dare You, premiered their new music video for "Here We Go Again" on PureVolume this week, and it's a must-see for fans of punk, obviously, but also anyone obsessed with C.S.I.-type shit. The video finds our guys on the scene of a murder, and as they pore through the evidence, (SPOILER ALERT) they end up victimized themselves, in a campy take on crime show drama that I'll confess, I've had my own less successful, ridiculous attempts at portraying.
If you haven't caught the band around town yet, you have a couple opportunities in the coming months - and actually, they headline at the Social tomorrow, Saturday, Jan. 25, as part of Norse Korea's 3-year anniversary festivities. (RSVP here.) You can also find them at Backbooth on Feb. 15 and at Will's Pub on Mar. 4. (Check out this awesome illustrated poster for their Will's Pub show with Iron Chic, Among Giants and the New Lows.) According to their Facebook, they've got some fresh merch for you to look over, including new shirts and vinyl. Their latest release, I Hate It, came out in October last year, and you can hear it now at the band's profile on Punk News.
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