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Did you hear about Macaulay Culkin and his pals singing pizza-themed Velvet Underground covers? Check out their first music video above and click here to go behind the scenes at the video shoot, including an interview with the band and the video director Adrian Arredondo.
Director: Adrian Arredondo
Director of Photography: Allen Otto
Assistant Producer: Jaime Chew
Art Director: Max Bode
Art Assistant: Armondo Grullard
Editor: Elise Coker
PA: Christine Spang
The Pizza Underground Tour Dates
January 24 - Brooklyn @ Brooklyn Night Bazaar w/ French Horn Rebellion, Rush Midnight, Heavenly Beat & Seasick Mama
January 25 - Philadelphia @ PhilaMOCA (Early & Late Show!)
January 26 - New Brunswick @ Outworld
January 31 - Austin @ Breakpoint on The Boardwalk
March 5 - San Francisco @ Neck of The Woods
March 6 - West Hollywood @ Whisky A Go Go
March 7 - San Diego @ Ux31
March 8 - Tijuana @ Moustache
March 10 - Tucson @ 191 Warehouse
March 11 - El Paso @ The Lowbrow Palace
March 12 - Dallas @ Club Dada
March 13, 14, 15 - Austin @ SXSW
March 17 - New Orleans @ Hi-Ho Lounge
March 18 - Mobile @ Alabama Music Box
March 19 - Atlanta @ Mammal Gallery
March 20 - Raleigh @ Kings
March 21 - Washington, DC @ Black Cat
March 22 - Brooklyn @ Baby's All Right w/ Total Slacker
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