The guys in the Kickback have been acting up in class. As you can see in their latest video for their track "Little Teach," they've been forced to stay late and write lines on the chalkboard--specifically, lines reading "I don't care if this is Best New Music" (hey, detention is as good a time as any to make a little P4k jab). Aside from that, the live video--released with Love Drunk Studios and filmed in one take at DP Muller Photography in Omaha--features the band performing the song with their usual fieriness, which you'd be able to pick up on even with the sound off by looking at frontman Billy Yost's intense facial expressions (but it's probably better to listen with the sound, because the sound is good).
"Little Teach" is off the Kickback's recent EP Kill Fee, which includes a mix of live takes and studio recordings. The band is currently on a multi-state tour, and will be back for a hometown show on November 9th at Schubas. For now, take a look at the video: