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HOMELESS APIANS Recorded A Song On Garbage Instruments Powered By The Sun During The Eclipse

Their instruments are literally made of garbage. We're not insulting their instruments here!

Their instruments are literally made of garbage. We're not insulting their instruments here!

Thank You Scientist bassist Cody McCorry's other group Homeless Apians is a bit different than his main group, namely that all its instruments are made from stuff they find. The band labels itself "Recycle Rock" and it's a pretty apt label, though it's also worth noting the music speakers for itself! Homeless Apians plays a brand of pretty wonky-sounding rock that'd be right at home opening for Primus in the 90s, or pretty much any grunge band way back when.

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Homeless Apians recently did a video for a new song called "Gunset," which shows off the band playing its literal garbage instruments and powering the whole shoot by solar power during the solar eclipse. Hell of a headline, right? Anyway, check out the strangeness below and definitely give Homeless Apians a spin here.

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