The video for "Teenage Girls," the new single from Australian rockers Bleeding Knees Club, is appropriately enough, a tribute to teenage girls. "We wanted was it to capture that carefree, who-gives-a-fuck attitude that the girls had when I was a teenager," says frontman Alex Wall. "We decided to do this clip while we were over in the U.K., and we really wanted it to be filmed in the U.S.A. because we felt the U.S. has that kind of attitude we wanted the clip to have. When I got the first cut back a few weeks later and the opening scene was a bird smoking an apple bong, I knew he nailed it."
Bleeding Knees Club 'Teenage Girls'
Australian duo's new single pays tribute to cool chicks
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