"Disco Ghetto," the first single from Jesse Malin and the St. Marks Social's latest album Love it to Life, features Weeds star Mary Louise Parker as a put-upon waitress who dreams of escaping from her misery and boredom at one of the band's shows. It's a fine complement to the song, which is all about going out dancing as a way of temporarily forgetting about the burdens of living in the middle of a recession that never seems to end.
Jesse Malin Mary Louise Parker in 'Disco Ghetto'
'Weeds' star Mary Louise Parker goes dancing in new video
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