Steriogram - Walkie Talkie Man

The film clip to Walkie Talkie Man is the pride of a grandmother and the wool industry’s wet dream. Here we see Steriogram recording in a studio that is made completely of knitted wool objects -- knitted walls, knitted instuments, knitted sound boards and knitted speakers, and when the chaos starts, lead singer Tyson Kennedy’s head is knitted backwards on his knitted body, as it all started to unravel, as it were.

The New Zealand five piece, Steriogram are taking part in the Californian punk rock stylings akin to Green Day, Blink 182 and The Offspring, and Walkie Talkie Man is already making head waves on XFM and Radio One.

It seems that Steriogram are set to become another punk rock mainstay as their aforementioned kinsmen have done before them.

And in the exotic green hills and pastures of New Zealand, the wool industry thrives once more, as wool is cool again.

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