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Watch Pujol's New Video Directed by Everything Is Terrible

The Saddle Creek punk artist teamed up with the video group to make demented, seizure-inducing visuals for his song "Manufactured Crisis Control."

Daniel Pujol makes a thoughtful and contained breed of punk rock. It doesn't pretend to be revolutionary, but it's still powerful and intellectually stimulating. He recently teamed up to make a video for his song "Manufactured Crisis Control" with the Everything Is Terrible group, a collective of hyperactive retro-futurist video bloggers from LA. The video shows Pujol as a mutant creature wandering the city, his silhouette lit with a demented assortment of clips from horror movies and 80s dram-coms spliced together into a unified, seizure-inducing stream.

Pujol's new album, Kludge, is out on Saddle Creek. Check it out here and see the band on tour. While you're at it, go see Everything Is Terrible. They're on tour too. It's good to get out of the house and do things.