Unless you've been living on another planet, you've caught some of the buzz…
- Posted on Jul 27th 2011 6:00PM by Ben Jones
Highlight: "The song itself is meant to be some sort of barrage of frustration, about how hard you can try to say something, as loud and as fast as you can, and how it usually won't make a difference in any sort of tangible way, but it ultimately does because you can personally be satisfied by doing so," Appetite's Teddy Briggs tells Spinner. "It's a mess of angsty ideas tied up in abstract ways of delivering them. I wanted the video to be reminiscent of the golden age of MTV where a lot of stuff happens that doesn't necessarily have a point but illustrates the proper attitude and looks totally cool.
"When Sean Stout (terroreyes.tv) and I started working on it we just came up with a handful of ideas each time we shot footage and took it from there. I wanted it to be a good introduction to who I am as a person because the lyrical content of the song, in my opinion, does the same. It's all about our attitude which is 'life is hard but actually it's just hilarious.'"