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GOOBER PATROL – “That’s the Point” video

Like their contemporaries, SNUFF and LEATHERFACE, GOOBER PATROL formed in the late 1980s, bringing together influences from the British pop punk and American hardcore scenes; reviewers have highlighted THE GOOBERS sound as equal parts STIFF LITTLE FINGERS, CIRCLE JERKS, and SNUFF.

The new video, “That’s The Point” features an all star cast from the worldwide punk rock scene.

Cast:
Blag Dahlia – Dwarves
Jerry A – Poison Idea
Jesse Wagner – The Aggrolites
Keith Minter – Capdown
Olga – The Toy Dolls
Bryan Kienlen – The Bouncing Souls
Tim Smith – TV Smith and The Adverts
Dean Jones – Extreme Noise Terror and Raw Noise
Rossi Alexander – Accion Mutante
Will Farley – Stay Clean Jolene and Nothing Cool
Duncan Redmonds – Snuff, Billy No mates, Toy Dolls
Trystan O Connell – Lost Cherrees
Mark Bone Boland – The Real McKenzies
Criss Damage – Demented Are Go
Chris Hodson – Project Mork and Mustard City Rockers

The band commented:

“What’s punk? Who’s punk? When was punk? They’ve sold out. It’s too metal. It’s too oi. They’re just pop punk. They’re too political. It’s too commercial. You’re too young to remember what punk was. You’re too old to understand what punk is. They’re just a goth band. Better than being a ska band. They’re all hypocrites … aaarrggh… make it stop. Here’s a thought, punk is just about having a load of great mates scattered to the four corners that see the world pretty much as you do. With a few exceptions, it’s a refuge from the misogyny, homophobia, racism, and social cleansing of the everyday world. It’s a refuge from UKIP, the EDL, Britain First, and all the other Islamophobic, anti-Semitic unpleasantness that seems to be gathering pace across Europe at the moment. And it’s a refuge with a great soundtrack. Most of all, it’s about knowing that whenever you meet up you can crank up the music, party, have a laugh, and be safe in the knowledge that you’re not in a room full of bigots and t***s … that’s the point. Here’s our video.”

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