Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Let's Watch a Video by The Last Call Brawlers

Posted By on Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 12:00 PM

Justin Valdez of the Last Call Brawlers was kind enough to send me a link to his band's latest video for the track "Timeage" from their new album "Pressures of Living, Darkness of Dying". They seem to capture the very essence of modern rockabilly with this clip, burning a photo of a Bettie Page look-a-like with cameos from a classic car, a stand-up bass, and a bunch of tattoos. If you like Social Distortion or Tiger Army, you would probably be a Last Call Brawlers fan as well.

Below the cut, a commercial for their record release show on May 5th at the Surly Wench. Tickets are only $5.

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