Go Radio float on in their "Go To Hell" video.
Go Radio's lyric video for their breakthrough single "Go to Hell" was a somber affair, all black-and-white footage and a lonely trip through the L.A. subway system. For their new "Go to Hell" video, the band from Tallahassee, Fla., threw a freakin' parade. Honestly. The band rides a Big Bird-colored float through town while performing the breakup anthem with a little help from a marching band, of course.
Watch Go Radio's "Go To Hell" video after the jump.
The video leads with a girl who dumps her boyfriend -- a soldier a few thousand miles away in a war-torn desert nation -- with a letter. (At least it wasn't a text, gross.) She trades in her hunk for a chunky sugar daddy with a credit card, who hooks up her closet full of premium pieces -- that is until the money runs out. (Should've been shopping at Uniqlo, obvs.) But her ex has some payback planned: He sends Go Radio straight to her door, complete with a "Go To Hell" sign. Ouch.
The band's Close the Distance album came out Sept. 18 on Fearless Records, and they'll hit the road this month (November) for the #GoToHell tour, playing everywhere from their hometown Side Bar to New York's Webster Hall. If they're not heading your way, you should definitely tell 'em where to go. (To your local venue, silly! Where'd you think?)
+ Watch Go Radio's "Go To Hell" video.