Jump Around with Kappa Chow, the Pride of Sackville, New Brunswick
It's a double dose of fun as Kappa Chow drop off new video "Jump" and title-track 7" inch release
The act of jumping is one of fun and fulfilment. It's also something that New Brunswick punk outfit Kappa Chow easily deploy in their new video, “Jump”. Well-known for their catchy hooks and raw Ramones-tinged guitar chords, the band slows it down a notch with a relaxing bassline that woos and welcomes you to the band’’s inner-psyche, which includes silhouettes of talking heads and rampant mooning from the group. “Jump is a collage of footage shot over the last year on tour and at home, as well as some found footage I contorted and abstracted,” says Joe of Kappa Chow.
For those enthused by the band’s antics the single “Jump” is also part of their split 7” single release, "Jump/Something Better to Do" that is available through Kiss the Void records.