Luke Wild and Deb Never become partners in crime in new music video “PIE,” directed by Sean Matsuyama, where we see the duo running a food truck in the most inefficient and enjoyable way. The food truck is a metaphor for life in general as we see the two chefs give zero fs and just enjoy being there in the present. The fruity, hop-hop track matches the playful tone of the visuals as we see the duo serving fun, looks, and destroyed pies:
“This video is about two misfits running a lackluster food truck, not taking themselves or anyone too seriously, just like me and Deb in real life.” Sean noted, “we wanted to make a video that nods to early 2000s indie comedy movies with dry humor. We wanted to see how creative we could get with just a single location and the homies.”
“PIE” is from Luke Wild’s upcoming EP Shoebox, which will be out on October 29th via Terrible Records.
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