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Watch: Neon Indian Performs "Deadbeat Summer" For A Bunch Of Deadbeat Bowlers

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Earlier this week, Pitchfork posted the above, Ray Concepcion-filmed clip of Neon Indian performing its Demi Lovato-approved "Deadbeat Summer" up in New York City at the Brooklyn Bowl. It makes for a fine visual, what with all the bowling balls and pins, etc.

But, more than that, the performance, which comes as part of the site's Tunnel Vision series and also features two more clips of the band performing (for the songs "Terminally Chill" and "Should've Taken Acid With You"), serves as a fine example of just how far the band has come as performers. Trust me, you haven't seen Alan Palomo brood until you've seen him brood with people in ugly shoes awkwardly watching him.

(Hat tip.)

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