From Iceland — Vaginaboys Video Features Teddy Bears, Dildos, & Gas Masks!

Vaginaboys Video Features Teddy Bears, Dildos, & Gas Masks!

Published February 16, 2016

Vaginaboys Video Features Teddy Bears, Dildos, & Gas Masks!

Two weeks after releasing their début English-speaking song, “Feeling,” the anonymous and masked electro-pop-R&B group has released a video for it. Check it out!

“The song is about a couple that is on-and-off for way too long,” one their masked crusaders tells us over email. “They can neither be together nor apart, and are trying to sever their ties but are unable to do so.”

In addition to playing at Sónar Reykjavík, Vaginboys will perform tomorrow at Loft Hostel at 20:00, doubtlessly premiering more songs from their English-speaking EP.

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