A couple months ago, upbeat, fast-on-the-strum, indie trio, Born Ruffians, released their debut album Red, Yellow, and Blue. The threesome from Toronto recently made a video for their song “I Need a Life.” In the clip, Born Ruffians prepare dinner while various barnyard animals peek inside the kitchen. At the end of the clip, we find the band mauled to death, never getting to enjoy the meal they worked so hard on.
(left: Not even a group called Born Ruffians can out-rough a group of wild animals).
It wasn’t too long ago where we saw a pimped-out chicken lay the smack down on Colonel Sanders in Moby’s “Disco Lies” video.
Both videos bring to mind other clips in which wild animals get their revenge on their human being counterparts. In Queens of the Stone Age’s “No One Knows,” the band becomes wall trophies for a pick-up-truck-driving deer, and in the Beastie Boys’ “Triple Trouble,” Sasquatch makes sure the Beasties pay for their hurtful words on the red carpet.
Born Ruffians, “I Need a Life”
Moby, “Disco Lies”
Queens of the Stone Age, “No One Knows”
Beastie Boys, “Triple Trouble”