Premiere: Filthy Apes go guerilla-Tarantino in the clip for Reservoir Dogs

Premiere: Filthy Apes go guerilla-Tarantino in the clip for Reservoir Dogs

The Perth rockers honour one of the greats.

After launching new single Reservoir Dogs at The Bird last night, Perth rock'n'rollers Filthy Apes have today unleashed the single and its accompanying video to the world, and it's for everyone whose ever watched a Tarantino film and thought, damn it'd be fun to recreate that. With ape masks on. And bananas instead of guns.

Although Filthy Apes are fond of wearing gorilla masks more often than not, they're not to be written off as some kinda gimmick band. They play good old fashioned, honest, balls-to-the-wall rock'n'roll that's not to be messed with. And it's all on display in their live shows and the below clip. You can grab the single via their BANDCAMP, and watch the clip for Reservoir Dogs below:

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