NYHC agitators Show Me the Body are set to play support on HEALTH and Daughters' big co-headlining tour later this year, and in anticipation, the group has dropped a new music video, for the song "Drought" off their most recent album, Dog Whistle. The characteristically DIY, lo-fi clip highlights a viral street campaign SMTB launched around the record, where they gave fans instruction manuals on how to paint the band's three-coffin logo on public property (kicked off by a massive painting of the coffins on a Brooklyn rooftop pictured on Dog Whistle's cover). The video features tags of the coffins that fans have thrown up across the world, from the U.S., the U.K. Russia, Sweden, Malaysia, France and more. Check it out above, see SMTB's upcoming tour dates here, and watch them argue with a priest and throw down at an art museum in our "Breakfast and a Show" video below.
See Show Me the Body's Coffins Logo Go Viral in New "Drought" Video
Fans "put up the coffins" in U.S., U.K., Russia, Sweden, Malaysia, France and more
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