Our scene: Allison's basement, (also: Kickstand rehearsal HQ), interior, night time? Filmed on the day of Dally in the Alley actually. As our scene of general good time chaos and rock party frivolity passes back and forth and back and forth-again, we sort of crescendo with a gratuitious beercan shotgunning scene. ("How else could we get ten people into our basement for a video shoot?") Like Robocop of La Mancha, Smith says, this shoot was equally stressful...still enjoyable, though, considering it was a new experience. "It ain't exactly a pristine, DSLR affair, but I like how we could throw something like this together with some duct tape, a basement and 2 cases of Genesse." Puppy Love is available now on SubSprawl/Quack Media. Smith said that, firstly, everyone whose heard it has dug it and that's assuring, but that secondly, all the writers out there summing the thing up have actually done an okay job in his eyes. That's irksome in a somewhat good way. "Maybe I didn't do enough towards providing a good amount of complex-musical-'stuff' for them to sink their teeth into..." We don't need every album to be Bish Bosch... "Still..." might likely still be stuck in your head after you've long left this blog post...
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