New Video: “Community” by The Tenenbaums

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Local punk rockers, The Tenenbaums, recently released a ruckus-filled new video for their song “Community”.

It may not be the new album we are eagerly awaiting, as We’ll Always Have Millhouse won’t drop until later this fall, but it is a super fun house party music video for one of their best tunes.

The video fades into the chaos of a mosh pit at a house party, but the kicker is it’s in slow motion. Most of the video continues in slow motion with a few moments in real-time saved for the band rocking out. Throughout the video you see partygoers’ hair flying everywhere, beer spilling, smiles all around, and bodies smashing together as the three-piece perform in a little house in Peterborough, Ontario. My favourite aspects of the video is all the Disney princesses on the wall taken from a colouring book and that some girl is sitting on a guy’s shoulders in a living room mosh pit.

This video is all we have to hold us until We’ll Always Have Millhouse is released as lead singer and guitarist Sheehan Jordan took off to Nunavut for the summer. But if you love The Tenenbaums and don’t want to wait until the fall, check out the band Muelkik which features the other two-thirds of the band, Kyle Jordan and Alex Gravelle. Muelkik have a bunch of shows lined up this summer, including being part of one of the best lineups on the summer. This Thursday July 16 at Mavericks opening for Penske File and Brutal Youth. See you all there!