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Maxïmo Park – “Hips And Lips” Video

Theatrical British postpunkers Maxïmo Park have a new album called The National Health coming out next month. The entire video for their new song “Hips And Lips” is given over to a spazzing-out lip-sync from a Maxïmo Park superfan named Tom, who apparently is so dedicated to this particular band that he’s covered his entire [...]
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