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Why The Tripps’ New Video “FusterCluck” Should Be On Your Radar

Elon University’s favorite pop rock band has outdone itself.

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“The Tripps Shamefully Present...”

Oh boy. Strap in, here we go.
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Oh boy. Strap in, here we go.

The Name.

Did someone type the name wrong? Nope. This is intentional, and some may even say, witty. But one thing is for sure, it's intriguing.
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Did someone type the name wrong? Nope. This is intentional, and some may even say, witty. But one thing is for sure, it's intriguing.

It goes from 50 to 100 mph real quick.

An already fast song, gets faster. Is Brett a superhuman singer? Who knows. Can he really perform that live? He sure can.
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An already fast song, gets faster. Is Brett a superhuman singer? Who knows. Can he really perform that live? He sure can.

The clapping gif.

Suddenly you find yourself clapping along with the man in the blue shirt.
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Suddenly you find yourself clapping along with the man in the blue shirt.

A selfie stick adventure.

Brett and James truly have great driving dance moves and facials. Don’t even get me started on the sunglasses.
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Brett and James truly have great driving dance moves and facials. Don’t even get me started on the sunglasses.

A font change?

You bet! As the music changes, so does the look of the lyrics. This section has a slower tempo, so us normal speed singers finally get a chance to read and join in.
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You bet! As the music changes, so does the look of the lyrics. This section has a slower tempo, so us normal speed singers finally get a chance to read and join in.

The concert footage.

Anyone who has seen The Tripps live can tell you what an entertaining experience it is. With clips from a performance at a local bar, and opening Elon’s fall concert, the band showcases the energy it brings to every performance.
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Anyone who has seen The Tripps live can tell you what an entertaining experience it is. With clips from a performance at a local bar, and opening Elon’s fall concert, the band showcases the energy it brings to every performance.

Classic band antics.

A close up of James Setzer’s foot may seem random to some, but in a Tripps' video, anything is fair game.
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A close up of James Setzer’s foot may seem random to some, but in a Tripps' video, anything is fair game.

Another font change!

Moving from elegant script back to chalkboard white and yellow text, The Tripps keep you on your toes. Why are these changes important? They represent the fact that the song, as well as the band, are multi-faceted. No one or thing can be confined to a single image or emotion.
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Moving from elegant script back to chalkboard white and yellow text, The Tripps keep you on your toes. Why are these changes important? They represent the fact that the song, as well as the band, are multi-faceted. No one or thing can be confined to a single image or emotion.

The final scene.

As the song plays out, the band jumps on in a shot of its largest performance to date. The video leaves avid fans and new viewers alike, wishing they were front row at a Tripps concert.
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As the song plays out, the band jumps on in a shot of its largest performance to date. The video leaves avid fans and new viewers alike, wishing they were front row at a Tripps concert.

Ready to rock? Watch the "FusterCluck" video here.

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