New Zealand Punks Share Live Antics on ‘Janey’

Full-throttle dosages of skuzzy lines are brought with pleasure on The Cavemen's latest video "Janey."

Fast. Grit. And to the point. New Zealand punks, The Cavemen, bring full throttled dosages of skuzzy lines on their latest video for their lead single “Janey.” Taken from their third full-length, Nuke Earth, released earlier via Slovenly Recordings, the band’s disposal of the track’s upbeat and insanely catchy cuts are drenched in live footage for a realistic perspective of the band.

Assorted shots take the band through the streets of England as they sight see and soak up their surroundings. Taking a very D.I.Y. approach, The Caveman’s lax and carefree attitude contribute to the scurry of sounds and rapid tempo. Smoothed with power-pop chords, “Janey” deplores an attractive mix of adolescent desire.  Mixed with shots from a 60s variety show, the video’s portrayal of Janey is that of fantasy from youth and more so introduces the band’s personality to the world.

The Cavemen on Tour
5/11: London, UK @ The Shacklewell Arms (record release show)
5/12: Bourges, France @ Cosmic Trip Festival

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