Video Premiere: Soul Clap "The Clapping Song feat. Baby Prince & The Fam"
- Words: Taylor Fife
In this video, Bostonian party-starters Eli Goldstein and Charles Levine (a.k.a. Soul Clap) take the form of puppets as they pick up a pink and fuzzy girl at a pool party, speed away on a boat, go clubbing, and eventually meet the human versions of themselves while DJing a gig on Mars. The muppet-style characters are appropriate for the tune, as the only sung lyrics, "Listenin' to that music makes everybody clap and/listenin' to that music makes everybody dance," sound as if they could have come from an episode of Sesame Street. The clip is part of a larger wave of videos from Scion A/V called Video Installment 7, which is set to appear on Tuesday along with videos from Codes & Craze, Munchi, and Hudson Mohawke & Lunice.
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