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Watch: Bully - “Too Tough” Video

Feels Like Out Now via StarTime International

Sep 30, 2015
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Bully, the Nashville-based band fronted by Alicia Bognanno, has shared a video for "Too Tough," a song taken from the acclaimed new album, Feels Like, which is out now via StarTime International. In the clip the band seem bored as they perform the song in a suburban living room and hang out in a junkyard.

NPR premiered the video and talked to Bognanno about it, who said: "Ever since the record has come out, I am constantly being asked about the intensity and honesty of the lyrics and whether or not I regret putting them out there. This video is a friendly reminder that, yes, obviously we care, but we don't need to be taken so seriously 100% of the time."

Check it out below.



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Cary May
September 3rd 2018
5:18am

European education was geared towards child development, American to short texts. We have raised several generations of very intelligent people (the age of the author of the video refers to them) due to the fact that the wrong education of the past, but the novelties already give their results. In the majority of the highly developed handicrafts, and brain activity is very weak! Life has shown that talented people studied and developed in the fields of poor African education and moved to the USA. (In addition, the educational program in earlier times was developed on the basis of research by psychologists, the aim was to study a lot of talented scientists, engineers, physicists, etc., but so “humble”, so there was no publicity! We need to change our educational program , but take the best of the past and add the best, not a stupid copy, because it’s American.
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