For some reason, The No Talent Ass Clowns‘ Pinch The Loaf music video and an accompanying interview got posted on Funny or Die. We’re not sure how this happened but we thought we’d link to it anyway.
“This video was two hours in the making,” said front man Lars Gunblade. “Several people are saying they directed it but it’s definitely me. I directed the whole thing and it’s beyond awesome. I watched a fan video for the song last week and proceeded to steal ideas from it. I’m proud of that. In terms of style, I think it’s where all music videos should be going.”
How this Pinch The Loaf music video wound up on Funny or Die confuses guitarist Vas Defrens. “I don’t know why some people still think we’re a fake band,” said Defrens. “I mean, here’s the song and here’s the video. That’s as real as it gets. Why this is on Funny Or Die is way beyond my comprehension. There’s really nothing funny about it. We were making a really serious artistic statement with this song. But, if it gets viewed, who really cares? Not me.”
Pinch the Loaf Music Video Proves Popular With Fans
“I like the colors,” said Amber Z., an Ass Clowns fan from Columbia, Maryland. “I find myself watching it over and over again. I know that’s not normal but I can’t help it.”
“I’m drawn to its hypnotic sound,” said Reverend Scott of Our Lady of Perpetual Turmoil in Bay Ridge, NY. “And truthfully, it makes me want to pinch a loaf. Even right now as I speak.”
“I quit my job so that I can watch this all day long without any interruptions,” said Bill, a former Wall Street stock broker. “It was worth it. I have no regrets.”