Idaho pop-punk band, TV Dads have released a music video for the first single off their upcoming debut album. We are lucky enough to premier it first here.
The video, titled Piss Dust, shows you exactly what everyone wants hometown, punk rock house shows in East Idaho to be like. A tight-knit group of friends, Edward Fortyhands-ing Olde English and carelessly singing along to a live performance from their favorite band. From dudes in banana costumes to the band’s guitarist, David Tavera playing on the toilet, this video is everything you’d hope it would be.
Formerly known as Young Lungs, the band re-branded after the departure of previous band-mate, Adam O’Conner. Now a three-piece group comprised of Mik Sharp, Jason Sharp, and David Tavera, TV Dads was born.
A year ago, the group took to Facebook to announce plans to record a full-length album. The post reads, “We want to say thank you to everyone who has shown us so much support. Our friends and family have shown us such a great amount of love. Tremendous love, very powerful. Whether it’s been coming out to a show, or buying merch, or giving us a place to practice. It all means so much. We don’t take ourselves too seriously but we absolutely want to write the best album possible and you will see us back with all new material in no time.”
The band will release their debut full-length album, Nov 15.
In a rural community like most of Idaho, it’s a privilege to be able to write about local bands. But it means the world to be able to premier a video like this.
Written by Jordan Henrie. Photo courtesy of TV Dads.