The "Glamour" of that house

The video embedded above is for the song "Glamour" by locals The Lucky Jukebox Brigade. It's a good song, and the video has a twist at the end. Have a look.

You'll notice a bunch of local spots in the video. And also, there's that house. The seafoam green! The wallpaper! The kitchen! It's like waking up in the late 1950s.

Curious about the house, we emailed the band for the scoop. From The Lucky Jukebox Brigade's Deanna DeLuke:

The house is local! We are keeping the specific location private because it is a residential home, but I can tell you that the kitchen cabinets and counters are original from when the house was built in the early 1950s, and the hallway wallpaper (in the shot where they are walking down the stairs) is from the 1960s. The bedroom was updated maybe 10 years ago. It has been in the family since the 1950s, passed from one generation to the next, and they have taken excellent care of it to keep all the vintage pieces in such pristine condition!

"Glamour" is currently available as a single. The band is working an album, Familiar Fevers, for this summer.

The Lucky Jukebox Brigade is playing at The Low Beat this Friday, March 28. Local funk Oobleck is also on the bill. It should be a good time. Show's at 9 pm, it's $5.

Comments

That's my brother in the video. Who knew he had such moves?- AOA Jess

Strange - that video won't load for me. Everything else that I try to watch on You Tube loads and plays normally, but not this one - not even when click over to You Tube itself and try to watch it there (instead of the embedded version here).

I did get their videos for "Dollhouse", "Empty Aisles" and "Flip" to play, though, and liked those tunes . . . good stuff.

And of course, after unsuccessfully trying again and again to get the video to play, it suddenly plays right after I post my comment saying it wouldn't . . . thanks, internet.

Great song, by the way . . . very catchy . . . and picking out all of the local spots in the video was fun.

So glad I started my day with that ending...

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