IWRESTLEDABEARONCE, the band from Shreveport, Louisiana which mashes up elements of electro, grind and jazz, was recently interviwwed by "Ryan's Rock Show". Watch the 18-minute chat at this location.
IWRESTLEDABEARONCE's video for the song "You Ain't No Family" can be viewed below. The clip was shot with director David Anthony of Ocular Intrusions, who's also credited for the group's breakthrough clip for "Tastes Like Kevin Bacon".
"This video is going to destroy the last one for 'Tastes Like Kevin Bacon'," said guitarist Steven Bradley. "This time around we invited our friends and fans to come hang out at a bar in Atlanta with us for a drunken dance-off! It has a she-male, a dance contest, a fog machine, and a bartender who spits in my face... All the key ingredients for an award-winning masterpiece!" Steven added, "David is just as insane as us, we can't wait to get this thing finished for all to see!"
"You Ain't No Family" comes off IWRESTLEDABEARONCE's new album, "It's All Happening", which is scheduled for release on June 2 via Century Media Records.
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