Brooklyn’s The Teen Age, who have shared stages with acts like Twin Peaks, Diarrhea Planet, Palma Violets, Big Ups, and Crocodile, released its latest EP, Bad Seed, this Spring via PaperCup Music. A follow-up to their 2014 debut EP Ways To Adapt and 2015’s “Low Cunning” single, it marries the band’s diverse influences — which range from ’70s punk and garage rock to the pop sensibilities of classic doo-wop — to create a cohesive sound that’s equal parts grit and melody.
Today, the band shared a video for EP track “Liquor Store” that plays on the release’s throwback sound and aesthetic….and, I’ll be honest, the end made me laugh out loud, so be sure to watch the whole thing!!!
Check it out: