Flint Eastwood - "Secretary" (video)

by Cole Waterman

5 November 2013

Flint Eastwood is a band best represented -- scratch that, experienced -- live, their savage performances infecting you with a compulsion to get up and move.
 

Those who’ve been engulfed by such an experience and want to have a glimmer of reliving it, or those who haven’t yet but want a visual sampling of the pandemonium, can check out the Detroit quartet’s video for “Secretary”, the first track off debut EP Late Nights in Bolo Ties.
  
Released November 5, the video splices together footage of the band’s raucous shows with some candid, offstage moments (Andrew W.K., whom they recently played with, cameos as well). Confetti and balloons, seizures and standing drumming, stuffed beasts and bleached deer skulls… the video is a three-minute, 15-second distillation of Flint Eastwood’s clamor and glory. 

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