The new LOL Boys EP just came out via Friends of Friends and has been the talk of the town for very good reasons. All of the tracks are top quality, but one element of the Jerome Potter and Markus Garcia talent was missing…their ridiculously wild and usually forward-thinking visual aspect. But that’s been solved, as the music video for the title track was posted this morning. Check out the homemade music video for “Changes,” featuring cameos from their friends in LA and far beyond.

Also, if you missed it earlier, here’s a new LOL Boys DJ mix they did for The Fader.

Tour Dates: 

7.31 Lawrence, KS, The Granada Theatre
8.01 Omaha, NE, Waiting Room
8.02 New York, NY, Drom
8.02 Minneapolis, MN, Triple Rock Social Club
8.03-05 Palm Springs, CA, Friends of Friends Weekend @ Ace Hotel
8.24 Los Angeles, CA, The Echoplex
9.29 San Diego, CA, Kava Lounge 

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