We reside in a digital age, social media invading most aspects of everyday life. The internet may have been a vast, uncontainable aspect at one point, but generations adapted and expanded, creating an ever-changing playground that both infected and entertained.
California pop group Hot Trash have released a cheeky music video in response to this cyber takeover titled “Blah Blah Blah.” In fitting form, Hot Trash’s video starts off as a Facebook notification and transitions into YouTube videos, FaceTime conversations, and Instagram photos. The video also features some famous faces like Trailer Park Boys’ Bubbles and musician Akira the Don.
Unfortunately, there’s no option to watch Hot Trash’s new music without the internet, so swallow your social pride and check out their video for “Blah Blah Blah.”