A few days ago, Consequence Of Sound posted a new video from Tera Melos for the song, “Kelly,” which is off their Patagonian Rats release. With a nice little nod to David Cronenberg and 80s cinema, there are warmhearted reactions from the likes of Christopher Reeve and Rick Moranis to animated billboards displaying some grotesque scenes from Scanners, Videodrome and a few others. In the meantime, the song is kind of a nerdy power pop track. I still need to pick this album up.
Tera Melos - "Kelley" from Consequence of Sound on Vimeo.
Information on the band’s 51 minute opus, “Echoes on the Hills of Knebworth” and their tour documentary can be found here.
EDIT: Don't know why it eluded me that the video for Bobby Brown's "On Our Own," the theme song he came up with for the super inferior Ghost Busters 2, was appropriated for "Kelly." Just not on the ball.
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