While the perks of living in a city range from late-night bars to the famished ease of Seamless, urbanites typically have to put up with the constant clamor from their upstairs neighbors. No matter the hour, day or night, anyone who’s lived in an apartment is very familiar with playing the game “What in the Hell Could They Be Doing Up There?!” Well, the folks at Above Average know the pain, too, and depicted a pair of aural artform enthusiasts as everyone’s upstairs neighbors in this dead-on comedy short. Dan Chamberlain and Molly Lloyd play performance artists obsessed with providing a cacophony of sounds — including rollerblades, bowling balls, and even kazoo-playing balloon popping — as a means of heartfelt expression. And if the racket wakes you up at four in the morning, all they could say is, “You’re welcome.”
Check out the clip below and join your fellow apartment dwellers in absolutely hating their guts.