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Thee Oh Sees’ John Dwyer Streams Damaged Bug Album + Shares ‘Jet In Jungle’ Video

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Thee Oh Sees frontman John Dwyer releases music of his own aside from his main gig under the name Damaged Bug, and he just made his upcoming album, Cold Hot Plumbs available for streaming, ahead of its June 1 release on Castle Face Records. Listen to the album here.

Damaged Bug also shared a video for the track, “Jet in Jungle.” It’s a clip of lo-fi aesthetic with a hi-fi polish that features a puppet pilot trying to fly his jet to safety in the jungle. Given the title, it makes sense. Check it out below.

Cold Hot Plumbs is the follow-up to Dwyer’s first album as Damaged Bug – 2013’s Hubba Bubba – which was also released on Castle Face Records. Thee Oh Sees are currently in the middle of a European tour, complete dates for which are available at the band’s website.

Damaged Bug – “Jet in Jungle” (Official Music Video)

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