The Funkoars have dropped a 3rd film clip from their critically acclaimed album The Quickening. Vamoose was produced by Full Clip Productions and features the acting stylings of Benjie McNair of Neighbours fame.
The clip is a biting social commentary on the state of the economy done in true Oars fashion. The video is best summed up by YouTube user KrazyBot:
“Absolutely moving and inspirational clip. The camera roll towards the protagonist creates a sense of desperation within the responder as we watch him try in vain to make enough sandwiches as he is struck by projectiles. Audience members are subject to a cruel disappointment when the protagonist survives only to be shot again. There is a sense of great loss when the antagonists (Funkoars) descend upon his lifeless corpse and take the sandwiches for their own. Brilliance. I am at a loss for words.”
Drawing inspiration from a classic Notorious B.I.G. rhyme and produced by Golden Era Records resident recluse Trials (Hilltop Hoods, Drapht, Vents), Vamoose is a one-liner barrage being drunk driven home by Sesta and Hons, smashed into some black market organs, huge guitar stabs and a soul sample fondled to bits by stuntman/DJ Reflux.
Ladies and Gentlemen, VAMOOSE.
Taken from the Funkoars Album The Quickening. You can catch the Funkoars on their Being Vincent D’onofrio Tour, full dates and ticketing information can be found here.
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