In the music video for their new song, "Headache," Minnesota indie rock trio Tiny Moving Parts show what they would do if they had only 24 hours left to live. Watch above, as they live life to the fullest.
The track will be on the band's upcoming album, Celebrate, scheduled to be released May 20, 2016. The video was directed by Kyle Thrash, who has worked with similar pop punk bands including Modern Baseball and Four Year Strong. Guitarist and vocalist Dylan Mattheisen spoke with NPR about the sequence of events that occur in the music video:
We started shooting the video by going skydiving. We were absolutely terrified, but once we got suited up and inside the plane, it was all laughs and good vibes! Then we had to eat a scorpion pepper and jump into the freezing ocean naked afterwards — that was intense. Overall, we had such a blast doing fun things with director Kyle Thrash and the crew all day, and couldn't be happier with how everything turned out.
Sky diving, eating the world's hottest pepper, bathing in cereal, and having a water gun fight with beer are just a few things Tiny Moving Parts do to "celebrate" their last 24 hours on earth. "Headache" is a riot with thrilling guitar riffs, aggressive drums, and impressive lyrics. If it was really the band's last day, then at least they went out with a bang!
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Source: Triple Crown Records YouTube