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Video: Jacuzzi Boys' "Automatic Jail" Does it Doggy Style

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The latest video from Miami's Jacuzzi Boys is a first-person view of a dog's life set to "Automatic Jail," one of the many upbeat moments from Glazin'. Although frontman Gabriel Alcala and the rest of the guys don't appear in the clip -- aside from a T-shirt cameo -- it perfectly captures their endless summer spirit.

Filmed on the streets of Brooklyn by John McSwain, our guide is a dog named Taco, who loves chasing birds, sniffing the behinds of other canines, and licking up magical puddles of antifreeze. The latter provides a significant plot twist that'll satisfy as well as a good scratch behind the ears.

Jacuzzi Boys - Automatic Jail from Hardly Art on Vimeo.

Cop an MP3 of "Automatic Jail" right here.

Jacuzzi Boys. With Guy Harvey. Friday, November 4 at Respectable Street, 518 Clematis St., West Palm Beach. Click here.


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