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Arj Barker Appears In New DZ Deathrays Video

by Andrew Tijs on March 7, 2012

in New Music,News

Comedian Arj Barker and Oz rockers DZ Deathrays parody Paul Simon in a new clip.

DZ Deathrays

DZ Deathrays

Brisbane fuzz-rock duo DZ Deathrays have been ramping up for their debut album with UK praise and OS tours and now they’ve released a new clip for their tune ‘No Sleep’.

It features US comedian (and occasional Flight Of The Conchords actor) Arj Barker teaming up with Shane and Simon from the band.

They reenact (in a far more rockin’ manner) Paul Simon’s ‘You Can Call Me Al’ video featuring Chevy Chase, but watch out for the twist ending.

The band are currently in London, then hitting the US and Canada for the rest of March, before doing a national tour of Australia in April.

Check out the clip to ‘No Sleep’ below.

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