Monday, June 7, 2010

Heroes and Villains make it on Fuse TV

Posted By on Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 1:41 PM

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Possibly because they think it will help them score a spot on a TV or movie soundtrack, local trio Heroes and Villains frequently refer to themselves as "cinematic." It's a reasonably apt description -- most of the time they sound like Ben Gibbard fronting Snow Patrol -- and it looks as though they're starting to make a dent: their video for "Plans in Motion," directed by local production outfit Gnarly Enterprises, just won Fuse TV's "Unsigned On Demand" contest. For the entire month of June, the video is available for on-demand viewing on Fuse. You can also check it out on their website. The video features a hot girl wearing big glasses while doing the laundry, working out on a treadmill, and eating leftover Chinese food. At one point she bends over to get something out of the refrigerator and you get an upskirt shot. Then at the end she turns into another girl or something? I don't think I really understood the video. But I am genuinely happy for Heroes and Villains, and Gnarly. Nice work, guys. 

You can catch the band live at Czar Bar on June 17 with French Horn Rebellion

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