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Thursday, January 26, 2012

Radiation City Finds Uses for All Parts of a Piano

Posted by Ned Lannamann on Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 12:59 PM



IFC
has its sights set on Portland for sure—they've just premiered the new Radiation City video for a song from their upcoming Cool Nightmare EP. During the sessions, Radiation City apparently trashed a piano so that it no longer made good sounds, but like all industrious independent bands, they found another use for the doomed piano. It's here in the video for the appropriately titled "Find It of Use," directed by Andrew Sloan. And you'd think they'd be done there, but no. They've also found yet a further use for the remaining parts of that poor piano—the surviving keys will be attached to USB drives that contain the new songs.

Cool Nightmare comes out March 6.

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