Boobs, beer and burning hairdos
Filmmaker David Lynch has directed the video for his track Crazy Clown Time from his similarly titled debut album, and describes it as "an intense psychotic backyard craziness, fuelled by beer"...
Lynch fans will be delighted to see that his special blend of sleazy glamour and unsettling, trippy horror are combined to full effect, and that the track itself sounds like something only the mind of David Lynch could conceive:
Crazy Clown Time is out on Sunday Best Recordings.
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This is fantastic. Love the video and the track sounds very much like it could have come from Stan Ridgway's excellent "Drywall Incident" album.
The best gift for my little moon. Happy birthday!
HAHA! Good job. I can recall sitting on a stove drinking an entire bottle of whiskey and waking up with my mohawk on fire. Not with fire, but with Tabasco.
And sometimes drinking beer solves problems.
So this is why the world is like it is.... David Lynch hasn't lost it... has he? Quite amazing but friggin weird.
I like your style :)
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