To Kill A Petty Bourgeoisie release "In People's Homes" video
Continual Stereogum darlings Jehna Wilhelm and Mark McGee have popped up on the music site once again, this time debuting a new music video from their latest album Marlone. If anything, "In People's Homes" is an outlier in terms of what can be expected from the band, but a diversion that is as enjoyable a listen as the rest of the catalog from the talented Minneapolis-based duo. Alluding to the track as the record's "most surprising" in a review earlier this year, Pitchfork's Joe Colly added that "Homes" is "a buoyant two-minute pop cut that springs up virtually out of nowhere to loosen the seriousness of Marlone's second half." Complementing the comparatively light sound of the short two-minute track is the kaleidoscope of airy visuals cast throughout the video. To Kill A Petty Bourgeoisie's next local appearance will come at the Hot Roxx Halloween Hextravaganza which will also feature Invisible Boy, mystery supergroups, DJs Nick & Jen, more.
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