SUPER BEST FRIENDS
AUSTRALIA
Super Best Friends are a band that put their commitment to raising social and political issues ahead of their attempts to gain commercial success. For them, getting messages across about the messed up things in the world, is more important than love songs or being played on the radio. Having said that, Super Best Friends have enjoyed three national tours on the back of their album 'Status Updates' and good support from Australian community radio. Their 'Dog Whistling' video, confronting the plight of asylum seekers, was aired nationally on ABC TV's rage. Not many Aussie bands can say they've taken their message to the people on a national level.
SUPER BEST FRIENDS
DOG WHISTLING
AUSTRALIA — UPLOADED ON 12.10.2016
Music video created by 21-year-old Canberra graphic artist and animator, Emma Fish. Emma came up with the concept and story for the clip and she hand-drew every scene over six months. Thanks and congratulations on a huge effort, Emma. It's an important piece of work, tackling the plight of asylum seekers, and the short memories of European Australians who stole this land, yet are terrified of being invaded.

"Canberra punks tackle politics with actual teeth" - Mess & Noise.
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