Here's the new video for Turbonegro's single "I Got a Knife," taken from their latest album Sexual Harassment, which was produced by Matt Sweeney.
I shot it at Niagara Bar on 7th Street and Avenue A because the neon sign from the cover of the record hangs there. That corner of New York is really significant in LES hardcore / punk history and I guess it was sung about in "New York Crew" by Judge. That track is one of mine and lead singer Tony Sylvester's favorite songs.
I met Tone through hardcore about 20 years ago and we've been best friends ever since.
Director: Andy Capper
Director of photography: Dan Meyer
Editor: Matthew Caron
Art attack: Nicholas Gazin
Styling: Annette Lamothe-Ramos
Thanks to: Volcom, Mack Beer, Turbojugend International, Johnny T, and Niagra.
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