Pennsylvania rock band Crobot have released the music video for their song "Not For Sale," off of their upcoming studio album Welcome to Fat City.
The video is filled with a crowd of middle aged men rocking out along with the band to the line "Who paid your dad to be here?" Towards the end, the man seen at the beginning of the video realizes that they have mistaken the lyrics, with the words actually being "Who paid your debt to be here?"
The dads turn into weeping messes after this realization, and the crowd empties out. Before the band finishes their performance with one man left standing, he opens his shirt and reveals "My son is not for sale," written on his stomach, a play on words with the lyric "My soul is not for sale."
Welcome to Fat City will be available on September 23, 2016. Pick it up on Amazon.
For Crobot's latest music, news, and tour dates, check out their Zumic Artist Page.
Source: Crobot Official Vevo Channel