Motion City Soundtrack Does The Robot

March 22, 2010 0 Comments

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Motion City Soundtrack wins the science fair and does the robot in the video for their new song, “Her Words Destroyed My Planet” from their new album “My Dinosaur Life” (featuring the art of Joe Ledbetter). Swing by Kidrobot London this Thursday, March 25, meet the band, hear the new album and do a little celebratory dance of your own.

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