Flagpole Premieres! Shehehe: ‘Ghost Of’ Video

Local power-punk outfit Shehehe has undergone a lineup shift since its debut, New American Jet Rock, was released in 2012. The additions of guitarist Adam Hebert and bassist Derek Wiggs have proven powerful ones: The band has only grown tighter and more furious in its rock and roll mission, and it plans to enter the studio soon to record the follow-up to the aforementioned album, which mixed low-budget arena-aping sensibilities with proto-punk passion.

Today, we’ve got an exclusive look at the new video for “Ghost Of,” a New American Jet Rock track centered lyrically on ghouls and goblins and everything in between. Appropriately, the clip offers a B-movie-esque take on the song’s sordid subject matter.

Watch the video below:

Shehehe will screen the “Ghost Of” video at its show at Flicker Theatre & Bar tonight.


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