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Watch: Bone and Marrow Debut The Video For “Let ‘em Look”

Mike Mehalick March 4, 2016 News No Comments

Bone and Marrow

Photo Credit: Phil Shepherd
Last summer, Brick-based psych-folk duo Bone and Marrow dropped their great debut LP, Patterns. The group, comprised of Daimon Alexandrius and Jenny Mustaches, would then go on to secure the coveted “Song My Grandmother Enjoyed The Most” prize for their contribution to the 2nd Annual 24 Hour Songwriting Compilation. In other words, 2015 is, clearly, going to be a tough year to beat for Bone and Marrow, but they’re certainly trying.

“Let ‘em Look,” a spritely, devil-may-care folk jam, closes Patterns and now receives the music video treatment courtesy of Sparky Makes Movies. One of the members of The Porchistas, who shall remain anonymous, and another masked friend put on their dancing shoes as the track’s stomp sets the beat. Looking forward to more soon from all involved.

Watch Bone and Marrow in “Let ‘em Look” below and be sure to catch them at The Saint on April 21st with Strangled Darlings. Also, as an added bonus, you can check out the Spark Makes Movies’ produced video for The Porchistas’ “A Piece a Junk” underneath Bone and Marrow.

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Mike is a graduate of the School Of Visual Arts with a BFA in Film & Video focused on screenwriting. His career stops have included editing positions at AOL, The Huffington Post, and BuzzFeed. He regularly contributes to a variety of outlets. Follow him @mmehalick

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