First Watch: Wasted Wine, 'The Strangest Of Eyes' A dark and twisted musical adventure — think David Lynch meets Nick Cave, with Romani music and "Workingman's Hero" thrown in for good measure — in a new video from Wasted Wine.
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Wasted Wine, 'The Strangest Of Eyes'

If you're attracted to the strange, then you must watch "The Strangest Eyes." The music video for this song, by Wasted Wine, feels like a bastard child of David Lynch and Nick Cave. There's humor, but damn it's dark.

Wasted Wine is from Taylors, South Carolina. You can hear the southern drawl in the band's sound but there's also strands of Eastern European and Romani music and a taste of John Lennon's "Workingman's Hero." This song, "The Strangest Eyes," comes from an album called Wasted Wine vs. The Hypnosis Center. You can hear more of their eclectic dark and fun sound here.

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