That only minimally helps to explain what the Broken Social Scene founder might have meant naming the album’s first track “Book it to Fresno.”
The video for the single, which premiered on the website Fader last week and is currently a Vimeo staff pick, isn’t much help either. It revolves around a father-song reunion and is totally and completely not safe for work. Unless you work someplace that’s cool with you watching naked people play volleyball, go hot tubbing or shoot a round of mini-golf.
Because you’re wondering, the video was filmed at Bare Oaks, a naturist/nudist club outside Toronto.
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So, no where near Fresno.
The song is a catchy little piece of nostalgic indie-rock that could have easily been written in Fresno in the early ’00s. You can watch the video (again, it’s NSFW) or stream the track below. The album “Home Wrecking Years,” is available now on Arts & Crafts.