"Bob Lennon John Dylan" - The Phoenix Foundation [YouTube Official Music Video]

Alex Ash

by Alex Ash

Published June 9, 2014

Wellington, New Zealand based rock band The Phoenix Foundation just recently self-released an EP called Tom's Lunch, and today they put out a music video for their first single, the foolishly titled "Bob Lennon John Dylan." Watch it above.

The video takes place in a futuristic tunnel, with the band playing as all sorts of crazy things go on behind them. They are bathed in a bright multicolored light and a one eyed ghost-monster appears to cause some trouble. There are some cool camera tricks as well, as the band members' arms and legs stretch, giving off the impression that they are being sucked into a vortex. The song itself takes influences from '80s post-punk and modern day indie-pop to create a fun, infectious tune.

You can pick up Tom's Lunch on iTunes. For more information on The Phoenix Foundation, including news, music and tour dates, check out their website.


Source: PhoenixFoundationTV

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