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Tuesday

WOLF PARADE: Modern World

*COACHELLA* Whenever I see a video that involves wooden puppets of the non-brightly coloured-childrens-television-program persuasion, I get nightmarish flashbacks to Tool music videos where I want to put all those miserable marionettes out of their miserable lives. That said, Montreal's Wolf Parade have a not nightmarish, but still disturbing video of wooden stick people to accompany their new single. Directed by Adam Bizanski who has also directed depressed origami livestock for the Shins. Watch the video (qt).

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