Okilly Dokilly, the first ever Ned Flanders-themed metal band, have unveiled their first ever music video for a track called White Wine Spritzer.
The video (below) sets up the Flanders lookalikes in a pink room, and films them as they set about destroying their instruments, the set and just about anything else they can get their hands on.
Keeping with their key aesthetic, the entire band are dressed to the nines in their green Flanders sweaters, and kitted up with glasses to compliment their moustaches.
Most of the props were sourced, made and painted by the members of the band themselves, and the entire clip was shot in the middle of the desert in one night.
The Nedal (ned metal) outfit announced earlier this month that they are psyching up to release their debut album Howdilly Doodilly on Friday, 11th November, and if this track is anything to go by it’ll likely be one of the coolest and weirdest records of the year.
“When we recorded Howdilly Doodilly our only goal was to make a record that was really brutalino” says Okilly Dokilly lead singer Head Ned about the forthcoming record.
Catch the video for White Wine Spritzer, below.
UPDATE 08/11/16: We spoke with Okilly Dokilly and it was hil-diddly-arious. Read the full interview (and all of its Flanders references) right here.
Watch: Okilly Dokilly – ‘White Wine Spritzer’