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Hold Your Horses! – 70 Million Video

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March 30th, 2010

Picture 1 600x337 585x328 Hold Your Horses!   70 Million VideoHold Your Horses! a Franco-American band got a cool video for you too watch. It is the video for their latest single “70 Million” and it is almost guaranteed you have not seen a video of this sort in a while.

The video offers a wink at art history as band members playfully reconstruct famous paintings in an off the wall lyrical interpretation all their own. If you actually like the music ( I’m not crazy about it ) you can purchase their first EP in iTunes. Enjoy.

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