Thirsty Curses released groovy new song ‘Jenny’
Thirsty Curses, a four-piece band from Raleigh, North Carolina, has released a new music video for the song ‘Jenny’ off its most recent album To The Ends of the Earth. With a cast constructed entirely of puppets, the music video pays homage to vintage crime movies like Natural Born Killers, Bonnie & Clyde, and Pulp Fiction. You’re correct, puppets. The ‘Jenny’ music video, which was edited by guitarist/vocalist Wilson Getchell and directed by bassist Clayton Herring, is an engaging example of visual storytelling. The catchy, earworm nature of the featured song, “Jenny,” and the jaw-dropping visuals make this impressive DIY achievement a summer success.
Wilson Getchell established Thirsty Curses in 2017. Getchell and bassist Clayton Herring have been the two constants in the band’s ever-changing lineup. The songs of Thirsty Curses are passionate and satirical; funny and menacing; they frequently deal with serious themes but also frequently include a hilarious wink and poke to the audience.
Listen to their new song here!
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