Video: Watch Fan Video for Old 97's "Every Night Is Friday Night (Without You)"

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Dandee Fleming's favorite hobby, apart from playing bass in his Albuquerque, New Mexico-based band Lousy Robot, is making low budget music videos for his favorite songs. He's made several for his own band, and a few for I Love Math, including this snowday video for their song "Josephine Street." 

Today, on the Old 97's twitter feed, there was a link to Fleming's found-footage '70s house-party video for "Every Night Is Friday Night (Without You)" from their new record The Grand Theatre Volume One. Turns out, according to the Youtube video description, that Fleming was commissioned for the job by Old 97's drummer Philip Peeples.

So how does a guy from Albuquerque end up making fan videos almost exclusively for Dallas-based bands? Might have something to do with the production credit on all three of Lousy Robot's records, which goes to John Dufilho and Salim Nourallah, who produced The Grand Theatre.

Check out the video after the jump.

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