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  • The song's music video features The Johnstones' trombonist, Julian Warmé, clad in just a Speedo, lip synching to the lyrics. Guitarist Jarek Hardy explained why to us: "We always thought it would be funny to make someone else in our band sing the whole song," he said, "even though he doesn't actually sing the lyrics. If you've seen the 'Slide' video, Julian's a really funny guy to watch, because he's always pretty much half naked and has a big gut and running around stage with a punk rock tattoo on his stomach. We wanted to feature Julian in the music video for no reason at all, just for the fact that we thought it'd be funny.
    And then our director buddy hopped on and we had this idea of just throwing as much food as we could possibly throw in one session. It took three or four hours to set up, and it was all done in one shot, so we only had one shot at doing it."


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