Hand puppets inflict violence and mayhem on the streets in the new video for Santiago de Chile-based Magaly Fields’ “El Tiro.” The song itself is a punk-fueled Dadaist garage romp ready to inspired mosh pits and good times anywhere it’s played. The song soundtracks a gang of hand puppets attacking pedestrians and even beating band members Tomás Stewart and Diego Cifuentes to a bloody pulp. The results are both violent and hilarious. It should make fans of Peter Jackson’s cult film Meet the Feebles smile.
“El Tiro” is featured on their latest album Chromatic Days, released by Algo Records. Thanks to the record, Magaly Fields have been able to play festivals such as Spain’s Primavera Sound and Goiânia in Brazil, and they’ve recorded for Converse Rubber Tracks. Good things are on the horizon for the band, so keep an eye on this bloody awesome twosome.