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MELTED BODIES Dive Head First Into Corporate America For "Ad People"

Well now I'm just nauseous.

Melted Bodies, the band featuring ex-Local Natives guitarist Andy Hamm, are here to take everything you love about corporate America and social media and cram it all into one nauseating video. Here's their keyword-loaded explanation that's sure to make you want to gouge your damn eyes out.

Melted Bodies creates music for people to propel their limitless potential.

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We aim to inspire a can-do attitude that's culturally relevant, relatable, safe, and accessible to everyone. Instead of breaking boundaries, let's shatter them into a million mobile-friendly pieces, together. Motion creates emotion, and emotion creates content that challenges our core cultural influencers in our ever-increasingly connected world.

These are all ideas and themes that we can leverage and take advantage of in the new media democracy. We are here to target influencer content and engage media partners through collective storytelling and game-changing ideas. Autonomous social media helps drive peer to peer authentic engagements that can be tracked and measured to create augmented experiences which can then be leveraged to connect human truths. Our aim is to pander to the needs and wants of these global progressive influencers and pander we will.

Here is their new track, "Club Anxious."

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