Oh, look, Black Lips has a new video for their song "Noc-A-Homa." The video was directed by Sandy Kim. This two-minute opus is a homage to Chief Noc-A-Homa, the famed former mascot of the Atlanta Braves from the 1950s until 1986. Chief Nock-A-Homa is one of baseball’s most beloved mascots who was best know for emerging from a tepee in the bleachers to rally the hometown crowd into a frenzy. CRAZY!
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