In places like Serbia and Dallas, there are anger rooms you can visit full of lamps, furniture and televisions that you can smash to smithereens for anywhere from $6-75. In Jacksonville, you can just go to the local junkyard with a sledgehammer and some beer and go on your own personal ragefest while making an oddly charming music video. I think it's in that new tourism spot that airs during the commercials of Jaguars games (terrible offseason reference bro).
What I'm getting at here, of course, is that indie folk OG Rickolus is getting ready to release the debut album from his band The Little Books, and we've got the premiere of their new video for "Bridges". In the clip Rick inhabits the body of a parallel universe "Break Stuff"-era Fred Durst, wherein he makes good music and comes across as a likable human being.
The Little Books launched an indiegogo campaign recently to help with the costs of mastering the album and pressing vinyl with perks including poetry books, limited edition prints and private performances. There's a week left to donate over yonder.
The indie pop duo of Rick Colado and Robin Rütenberg will release their debut LP, Bridges and Empires, on June 24.