Indie rock quartet Me Like Bees has released an imaginative new music video for their single “Tundraland”, off the upcoming EP There Will Be Time. The video follows a mischievous young pup (played by the band’s vocalist Luke Scheafer) and his day on the town which results in some potentially serious consequences.
“We enjoy humiliating Luke, so we came up with the idea of putting him in a dog costume,” says guitarist Pete Burton (who also plays the story’s villainous dog catcher). “It was a pretty fun shoot! I pulled my hamstring though…it took like two weeks to heal. It was a bad pull!“
Me Like Bees worked with award-winning producer John Feldmann (5 Seconds of Summer, The Used, Panic! At The Disco) on There Will Be Time and will release the record on April 8th.
About Me Like Bees
Me Like Bees is an American Indie Rock band hailing from the heart of Joplin, Missouri. Formed in 2009 the band has traveled thousands of miles and played hundreds of shows across the nation. By 2013, they released their first full-length record “The Ides” (LoveWay Records) produced by Jeff Smith (Never Shout Never, Trust Company, Carter Hulsey). The album received rave reviews by many internet media outlets. After competing against over 20,000 acts, the band won the 2014 Ernie Ball Battle of the Bands, earning them a shot to work with platinum producer John Feldmann (5 Seconds of Summer, Panic! at the Disco and of course Goldfinger). The subsequent EP that was recorded entitled There Will Be Time will be released independently on April 8th.