Los Angeles-based rockers the Bots have just released a new music video for 'All I Really Want' from their debut LP, 'Pink Palms.' The song -- and the video -- are striking. 'All I Really Want' runs high-energy, recalling elements of punk and garage raunch, as well as the jagged sounds of Gang of Four.

The band cleverly uses a stack of images and clips found on the internet to illustrate the song. It is at times dizzying, but the hard-driving sounds are irresistible. Wired magazine called the video “the internettiest music video that ever internetted.” One viewing and you'll see what they mean. Check it out above.

The Lei brothers, Mikaiah (age 20, lead vocals, guitar, bass), and Anaiah (age 17, drums and percussion, backing vocals), have been getting thumbs up at every turn for their raw, primal rock and roll over the past couple of years. They've won over audiences at Coachella, Warped, Afropunk and various European festivals, as well as garnered opening slots for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Blur, Refused, and Bad Brains, among others.

These kids, at it since ages 12 and 15, are keeping busy. Don't believe us? Check them out rocking 'All I Really Want' on a park bench in New York City: