"The Righteous One" - The Orwells [YouTube Official Music Video]

Patrick Lyons

by Patrick Lyons

Published February 4, 2014

Following their wild performance on Letterman last month, Chicago garage rockers The Orwells have returned with a new version of their 2010 song "The Righteous One," complete with a trippy video. Watch the black and white clip above.

Showing a more psychedelic side than either of their 2013 EPs, "The Righteous One" still finds the band at home in the garage, but maybe this time it's a shag-carpeted garage. The Orwells have a clear love for the '60s (as highlighted by a badass story about them covering The Velvet Underground's "Heroin" at their high school as freshmen), and this video has them doing little to reign that in. Frontman Mario Cuomo's hyper-sexuality could also be deemed retro (going off the Jim Morrison-and-Robert Plant model), and even now that many American TV viewers have seen him on his back, humping the air on David Letterman's stage, he shows no signs of stopping.

Head over to The Orwells' Zumic artist page for more music, news and sexy videos.


Source: The Orwells Official YouTube Channel

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