Teddy Boys Release Music Video for 'Gabriel'



Late last year, the Teddy Boys, one of Cleveland’s groovier and more exuberant indie rock bands, released Black Hills, a terrific EP they recorded locally at Crushtone Studios with producer Jim Wirt (Fiona Apple, Incubus, Buffalo Killers). Now, the band has issued a music video for the song, which is a herky-jerky blues-rock number with some stellar psychedelic rock moments. The guys play the stuttering tune while performing on the top of a roof. 

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