In the video for Voxhaul Broadcast's surf-fuzzy song "Rotten Apples," long-tall beardy frontman David Dennis rides a coin-operated horse through the Old West. When you watch the video, keep an eye on Dennis' shoes.
Since releasing their debut, Rotten Apples, in 2008, the Los Angeles-based band has received kind words from the likes of LA Times Magazine and NME Radio and have performed on KCRW's "Morning Becomes Eclectic." Daytrotter's Sean Moeller wrote: "Lead singer David Dennis howls out his words as if they were intended to be the first impressions for women he'd like to impress in a meaningful way, not just to get flirty with. It's kind of like the way Springsteen would sing if he were trying to get a wife ... lines about the chase and the unsettling race to be successful, popular, older and ready for the hits and the black eyes to establish a mood." We don't always understand Moeller, but we're totally with him on this one.