In The Rest ’s new video for “Hey! for Horses”, there is an abundance of puppet sex and murderous horses. Sadly, we can’t be fornicate without some strings attached. Such a soaring and emotional track from the Canadians. This is off their latest release SEESAW .
Contrary to what the Friends With Benefits trailer might have you believe, sex comes with strings attached. So for noise pop trafficantes The Rest to put a couple of wooden marionettes in the woodland and let us watch as they rub bellies, it's less some sort of breathtaking revelation and more a clever way of saying what we all already know. Strings are attached. Love the video, guys. More like this, please. From SEESAW .
NSFW because there are puppets going at it in this video for "Hey! For Horses" by Hamilton band The Rest .
by teepoo The Rest released a video today for Hey! For Horses . It features puppets having sex. Yup. It's actually more hilarious than gross. I'm still laughing at the random appearance of horse faces in the choruses.
I was sent this video by The Rest with the following note: "Hey Viva Indie Rock! We made a music video for our song Hey! For Horses. It features puppet sex and murderous horses. Our friend Kori Pop, who’s known for her children’s puppet videos, made it. The puppets have been put in compromising positions that are not for kids." How could I not post it?! The song is actually pretty good by the way, too!
Canada's The Rest are finally releasing their long-awaited, resurrected, blood-sweat-and-teared record " SEESAW " on June 19th. A friend's untimely death inspired the band to record the album and after completion, a hard-drive glitch nearly wiped the album from existence. Now over a year later, after being recovered, mixed, mastered, packaged, it's finally coming out. Meanwhile, they are releasing every song from the album, one by one (currently three deep), each available for free download until the next track is put up. Some of the songs are familiar from when we [...]
Everyone here remember The Rest ? You do? So you remember how their hard drive melted down into a siliconized phenolic ooze? And so went their forthcoming album ? The errant hard drive has finally been restored, Old School Cockpit Black Box-Style, and it's almost time to talk about reviews again. Tours. Magazine covers. Grammys. The fittingly-titled Seesaw is due June 12, and - while it boasts a decidedly noise pop/statique chromatique ethic - our favorite tracks are the ballads. I don't know, somehow they evoke [...]