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Monday, April 27, 2015

The Dodos Premiere Final Installment in Three-Part Video Series

Posted By on Mon, Apr 27, 2015 at 2:18 PM

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The days that have elapsed over The Dodos’ music videos for “Companions,” “Confidence,” and now “Goodbyes and Endings” haven’t been easy for Bo Anderson. After kidnapping singer Meric Long in the video for “Companions,” waking up with a crippling hangover and running from the law in “Confidence,” “Goodbyes and Endings” picks up with Anderson washed up in Long Beach. After a successful Point Break escape in “Confidence,” Anderson spends the day spitting up salt water, smoking soggy cigarettes, and stealing Harleys around Belmont Shores.

It’s the San Francisco duo’s second music video for this year’s Individ, after “Competition.”

Drunk, disheveled, and lost, Anderson is found pounding tall boys with a local drunk by the holy hippy cult of Profection, who promise to change his life. After seeing the kaleidoscopic light, cleaning himself up, and changing his wicked ways, Anderson’s character bends over a sink to wash his face off. Who’s looking back in the mirror when he stands back up?

Watch to find out:

Need a storyline refresher? Watch “Companions” and “Confidence” here. The Dodos play the Cal Academy of Science July 9. 

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