We here at Rock Daily are big fans of the do-it-yourself garage punk snarl of Wavves' new album Wavvves (note the triple 'v's), so it's our pleasure to exclusively present the band's fuzzy surfer-punk anthem "No Hope Kids." Keeping with the album's lo-fi sound, the video finds Wavves mastermind Nathan Williams out in Europe enjoying his first "totally awesome" tour abroad. A single camcorder documents Wavves' journey, from playing underground club shows to swilling vodka to other debauched acts you can probably only get away with overseas. (So much fun in fact that Wavves ultimately had to cancel their current European tour.) But have some hope, kids: Wavves will return to the stage July 15th with a show at New York's Bowery Ballroom. Until then, enjoy the video up top.
Wavves Go DIY for Debauchery in "No Hope Kids" Video: Premiere
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