Native Brooklyn punks The So So Glos have dropped a high-energy DIY music video for "Dancing Industry," the first track off their latest full-length album, Kamikaze. Working with NYC dance crew W.A.F.F.L.E., the band took to the city's Q Train with a boombox and two cameras to dance and sing for several New York commuters.
This playful performance may seem like good fun to many listeners, yet recent years have seen a legal crackdown on dance performed in city subway cars, spearheaded by New York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton. Here, The So So Glos have delivered an upbeat video alongside a little slice of punk rock rebellion, New York City style.
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Source: The So So Glos VEVO YouTube