Minneapolis' To Kill a Petty Bourgeouisie get spooky as hell in the clip for "The Needle," a single of sorts from their recently released Marlone LP. The clip makes heavy use of found images from old horror movies, particularly ones that look directed by Ed Wood. There's also some endless staircases, so, you know, metaphors et. al.
Marlone is out now via Kranky. [Pitchfork]
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