Tiny Moving Parts Has The Best. Day. Ever. In 'Headache' Video If you only had 24 hours left to live, how would you spend it? If you answered "skydiving, shotgunning beers at national landmarks and bathing in milk," then you are the band Tiny Moving Parts.
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Tiny Moving Parts Has The Best. Day. Ever. In 'Headache' Video

If you only had 24 hours left on earth, how would you spend it? If you answered "skydiving, shotgunning beers at national landmarks and bathing in milk," then you are the band Tiny Moving Parts and you had the best time ever making a video (and puking a lot) for "Headache," a wide-swinging pop-punk song with some wily finger-tapping.

When not drinking on a merry-go-round, guitarist and vocalist Dylan Mattheisen writes NPR:

We started shooting the video by going skydiving. We were absolutely terrified, but once we got suited up and inside the plane, it was all laughs and good vibes! Then we had to eat a scorpion pepper and jump into the freezing ocean naked afterwards — that was intense. Overall, we had such a blast doing fun things with director Kyle Thrash and the crew all day, and couldn't be happier with how everything turned out.

Celebrate comes out May 20 on Triple Crown.

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