Devendra Banhart's Megapuss Joins Fab Moretti's Little Joy for New Video

December 30, 2008 3:15 PM ET

Freak-folk icon Devendra Banhart's new project Megapuss pals around with Fab Moretti's (of the Strokes) side project Little Joy — who you may remember from their exclusive Smoking Section performance — in the latter's new video for "No One's Better Sake." Dig the Seventies, Sesame Street-style graphics above.

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