Nashville’s premiere rock act on the rise, Diarrhea Planet, are a force to be reckoned with. Over the last year, especially, they’ve become one of Music City’s most epic, over the top, and consistently face-melting live staples, and, with their brilliant 2013 release, I’m Rich Beyond Your Wildest Dreams, they’ve crossed over into national recognition, touring relentlessly over the past several months and stealing the show at events such as SXSW.
Late last week, the band debuted a new music video for “Babyhead,” and, not ones for subtly, it literally features the members of Diarrhea Planet superimposed onto baby heads in old home videos, in the most creepy and amazing way possible. That not enough for you to get your DP fix? How about footage of the group at SXSW, covering Tom Petty’s “Refugee” with the one and only Melissa Etheridge (for real). And for even more SXSW awesomeness, Converse just released an epic performance video of “Babyhead” and “Separations.” Still not enough? Alright, we’ve got not one, but two, full videos of the Diarrhea Planet’s recent performance at Freakin’ Weekend V. Don’t say we never did anything nice for ya!
“Babyhead” Music Video:
“Refugee” with Melissa Etheridge at SXSW:
“Babyhead” and “Separations” Live at SXSW:
Live at Freakin’ Weekend V: