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Bressa Creeting Cake's jaunty calypso romp, described by the band as "a very happy holiday song full of gaiety, summer, and love for one's fellows", gets a suitably madcap treatment in this video directed by Michael Keating and band member Edmund McWilliams (aka Ed Cake). Actor and comedian Jonathan Brugh (What We Do in the Shadows) gets to mug for the camera while the band lurks in the background in their "sinister suits". Auckland's Little Shoal Bay, near the Harbour Bridge, is the opening location, and elsewhere, a guitar is used as a percussion instrument.

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Comments (5)

 Jef jet

Jef jet

Uh huh, love that, and have done for years...

 Josh Thomson

Josh Thomson

Brilliant

 Nigel

Nigel

Kiwis, you just gotta luv em! Johnathan Brugh was a genius masterstroke in this vid, he's such a fuuny bugger, brilliant!

 Elle

Elle

Love this! Couldn't you have smiled a little more though? :)

 Janet

Janet

Happy kiwi music :-)

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Credits

 Michael Keating
 Ed Cake

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Acknowledgements

Thanks to Flying Nun for the use of this video.