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2012's End of the Year Video Roundup
featuring Banner Pilot, Waxahatchee, Matt Skiba, Vanna Inget and more
By Candice Tobin Sunday, December 23 2012
Yes, it's true! 2012 is mere days away from becoming a footnote in the history of false apocalypse prophecies. In the meantime, let's celebrate the fact that we're still alive with a smattering of our most popular videos of the past year.
Brendan Kelly played VLHS, and our youtube commenters can't decide whether he looks like a drunk Bill Murray or Sylvester Stallone. What do you think?
The excitement of Joyce Manor cannot be denied. I hope you can deal with shaky cam while everyone bounces around and sings along.
The Bombpops blend sweetness and ass-kickery into damn fine music.
Mean Jeans. Slime Time. That's all I gotta say.
Waxahatchee is workin' that goddamn capo.
Banner Pilot are probably blowing out your speakers with this double shot of Greenwood and Overwinter. BONUS: painted cat faces!
Matt Skiba's ramshackle affair asks for extra singing voices for Good Fucking Bye.
Scream along with RVIVR!
Vanna Inget might be my favorite band I can't understand.
Dino's Boys don't care about you.
Listen to some good records. Spend time with people you care about. Have the best goddamn holiday you can. I'll see you in 2013! In the meantime, feel free to subscribe to our youtube channel if you're having live video withdrawal.
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