Teenage Bottlerocket premiered a quick music video on Rolling Stone today, for their title track “Freakout.” The video sees the guys playing and smashing beer bottles on their heads. Short and sweet!
Watch the video if you can put up with the minute commercial for a 45 second music video. Assholes.
Teenage Bottlerocket had an opulent concept for their video for “Freak Out!” but it quickly gave way to a messier, scuzzier idea. “We went into this video trying to recreate the nine-minute-and-nine-second-long video of [Guns N’ Roses’] ‘November Rain,'” director and former Against Me! bassist Andrew Seward tells Rolling Stone. “What we came out with was a 40-second video of breaking bottles over each other’s heads.”