Brooklyn’s Bodega have captured the spirit of a generation raised on television and then dipped in the deep end of the internet. The band explores themes of stereotypical masculinity learned from hours watching celluloid heroes. Its hard not to sympathize with the notion of mixing memories with plotlines and the remote buttons as babysitter. The band ties the themes up in their typically austere, yet pervasively effective appropriation of art-punk poses. Along with much of the rest of their debut, Endless Scroll, the song puts the hammer to the nail on looking back with rosey rear view. This record gets more endearing with each listen. Catch the clip above.
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