Indie rock up-and-comers Broncho are a taste of pure Brooklyn magic ... but they were born nearly 1,500 miles away in Oklahoma.

In fact, they fit so well into the Williamsburg dynamic that they're playing five sold-out shows in a row at Baby's All Right, the first of which will take place this Wednesday (March 4). In addition to their shows, and in celebration of their new album, Just Enough Hip to Be Woman (out now via Dine Alone Records), the band has released a brand new video for the album's track "NC-17." Check it out above.

The video, which was directed by George Salisbury of Delo Creative, is fuzzy (in typical Broncho fashion) and appears to be revolving around a young girl listening to music. The mellow song fits well within the VHS-quality clip.

Aside from the Brooklyn shows, the band will appear at this year's SXSW Music Festival in Austin, as well as across North America and Europe (full dates here). They've also recently been added to the Spotify EMERGE program, where listeners can vote for their favorite emerging artist with only one coming out on top.

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