First Look: Deerhoof's "Super Duper Rescue Heads"

1.12.2011

By Noah Michelson


Photo: Richard Saunier

"Super Duper Rescue Heads," the first single from Deerhoof's upcoming eleventh album Deerhoof vs. Evil, hasn't left our heads since we first heard it a few weeks ago. And now we've been gifted with the song's strangely beautiful video which finds the band's Satomi Matsuzaki hoofing it around the city in search of goodies to munch while watching TV with her cat in one scene, and doling out glitzy interpretational dance moves in the next:

What does it all mean? We have no clue -- but that's not the point. The point is that every time we watch the video for "Super Duper Rescue Heads" we find we can't wipe our huge stupid grins from our faces -- or stop hitting replay.

Deerhoof vs. Evil is out on January 25. For more info, check out the band's official website. And check out Out.com in the coming weeks for a Face to Face interview with Deerhoof's Greg Saunier.

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