New Rubblebucket music video is a kitschy tale of the perils of social media

New Rubblebucket music video is a kitschy tale of the perils of social media

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Accented by a dash of trumpet, Brooklyn’s Rubblebucket deliver a quirky but danceable track in “If U C My Enemies,” which you’ve likely heard on Radio Milwaukee.

The band just released a music video for the song, also the EP’s title track. The video features a very D.I.Y. “Creature from the Fullest Moon” that emerges from the woods to teach a parable about the perils of social media.

Full of classic horror-movie kitsch, the video was directed, shot, and edited by Ian Perlman and filmed at a unique location owned by the drummer of the band. A “haunted” 100-year-old converted schoolhouse.

You can find the title track here: http://smarturl.it/Enemies-Single

Watch the video for Rubblebucket’s “If U C My Enemies” below:

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