San-Francisco based indie-pop duo Pomplamoose have released a new song and accompanying music video entitled “River Shiver.” The song is the band’s first original new song in mroe than five months, following the band’s recent video covers of the Angry Birds theme song and The Super Mario Bros. theme song, which you can watch at the band’s Youtube page. The song also comes with an accompanying music video, in typical Pomplamoose fashion.
In the video, Jack Conte uses drums and synthesized keyboards sounds alongside singer Nataly Dawn’s twee vocal melodies and to create another instantly catchy and insanely fun Pomplamoose classic, featuring their singular spliced-up video style. Check it out.
Pomplamoose Tour Dates
June 22 – Philadelphia, PA @ World Café Live
June 23 – Washington, D.C. @ Millenium Stage at the Kennedy Center
June 24 – Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Pomplamoose, the San Francisco-based music duo, have released the video of themselves covering the theme song to the newly popular video-game app ‘Angry Birds.’ In the video, Jack Conte uses drums and synthesized keyboards sounds alongside Nataly Dawn’s twee vocal melodies to create another fun Pomplamoose classic, featuring their singular spliced-up video style, recreating the theme song perfectly.
Jack Conte, one-half of San Francisco-based music duo Pomplamoose, has released the video of himself covering the famous Super Mario Bros. theme song. In the video, Jack uses drums and synthesized keyboard sounds along with Pomplamoose’s characteristic spliced-up video style to create a video full of nostalgia and bursting with fun. Jack’s rendition of the song even features keyboard lines that mimic well-known sounds from the game, including Mario’s “Power Up” and the plinking of gold coins.