Amyl And The Sniffers’ New Video For Some Mutts (Can’t Be Muzzled) Is Punk AF
If you caught Amyl And The Sniffers at Glastonbury last weekend, you already know that they’re one of the most fun, unapologetic, awesome punk bands on the planet right now. The Aussie quartet’s self-titled new album is a smashed window of a record, relentlessly raw, mean and in your face with attitude.
Because it’s not possible for them to rip your face off enough times, we’ve got the brand new video for Some Mutts (Can’t Be Muzzled) right here. Director Dikayl Rimmasch’s description is just about perfect…
“We bought beer, a light at a hardware store, and a baseball bat. It was a great weekend.”
See for yourself below…
“Some Mutts is about being a crazy bitch and not shrinking just because someone expects you to or makes fun of you for being unconventional or non coy,” explains singer Amy Taylor. “I’m saying, ‘Fuck yeah I’m glad I didn’t change or contain myself for anyone, and if you want someone submissive then you can have each other, and I’ll just live what’s right for me.’ Im saying I’m going to be whether people like it or not. It’s like a break-up song, but also like a breaking up with anyone at all trying to cut you down.
“The video we shot over a weekend out in LA. We got to stay at the clip makers house out in the desert around October last year. Their neighbour was a stunt BMX rider, so that was sick to watch. But yeah, we went to this cool property nearby their place in the desert and fucked around and filmed it out on their neighbours’ property. It was just us and then three [video makers]. It was very much spontaneous magic that we got to make it up by the fly of our pants, it was really exciting. They are both legends and really looked after us.”
Amyl And The Sniffers’ new self-titled album is out now.
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