Brooklyn power poppers Charly Bliss are here with a wet hot American music video for the hookiest song on their excellent debut album Guppy. The new "Westermarck" clip captures summer camp in all its nostalgic, carefree glory; if they look like they're having a genuine blast doing arts and crafts or rocking the mess hall, that's because there's some serious sentimental value here.
"We shot this video at the summer camp in western Massachusetts I went to growing up," vocalist Eva Hendricks tells Billboard. “We didn't go in with any plan whatsoever, and everything just worked out weirdly well. Rowing Sam's drum set across the lake in a tiny row boat was definitely a highlight. Lyrically, the song is about betrayal and broken relationships, and it felt really incredible and cathartic to have the video be this super joyful account of our friendship as a band and how much fun we have together.”