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Monday, February 22, 2010

Watch this: New Beachy Video from The Invisible Cities

Posted By on Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 11:14 AM

The Invisible Cities are a promising S.F. outfit with catchy indie-pop tunes

that'd please fans of The Shins and The New Pornographers. Their

new animated video for "Bulldozer" pretty much defines adorable. Basically, a toy bulldozer that enjoys Southern Comfort and Al Green heads

out with some stuffed animal friends for a day at the beach. When they

arrive, it's closed. Oh no! But it turns out when you're a bulldozer, you

can make your own beach. See also: elephant at a lemonade stand and the

breakdancing wizard.

The video,

directed by Melissa Hung, is among several from local bands vying for a slot

in the SF Asian American Film Festival, which starts March 11; you can watch "Bulldozer" along with the other entries here. Even minus visuals, though, "Bulldozer" is a

harmony-laden merseybeat joy.

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