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Shutups Release “Televised Hit & Run” With Trippy Video

Shutups Single “Televised Hit & Run” Is a Blast to Watch

Bay Area indie-punk band Shutups have released an animated music video for “Televised Hit & Run,” the second single from I can’t eat nearly as much as I want to vomit, out October 21 on Kill Rock Stars. Driven by a propulsive krautrock rhythm with moog sub bass and gang vocals that soar over distorted punk riffs, the track is one of the most aggressive cuts on the LP, which leans broadly power-pop. You can listen to the new single below.

I can’t eat nearly as much as I want to vomit was mixed and mastered by Grammy nominated engineer / producer Jack Shirley (Deafheaven, Jeff Rosenstock, King Woman).

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