Louisville garage punks White Reaper just recently released their self-titled debut EP on Polyvinyl Records. Now they have a music video for the first single, "Cool." You can watch it above.
The video takes place in the third floor of an abandoned house as the band prepares for a party. It begins with just three guests, but by the end it begins to get a bit more crowded. There are some funny moments, like a man dressed in a gorilla mask, long curly wig, and team USA jacket posing in front of the camera to open the video, and lead singer Tony Esposito trying to crowd surf in a crowd of only two people. The song itself is a rowdy garage number, with a bit of a psychdelic rock edge and some wicked guitar solos.
You can pick up White Reaper's self-titled EP on their bandcamp as well as find out about their upcoming tour dates.