NSFW! It’s not even the topless dancer that makes us think this one could bring some grief from your boss… Celebrate a very special birthday with The Barnyard Boys, back again to wreak havoc on our studio and earholes, all while making sweet love to our eyes and the mother Earth as their own special way of celebrating Christmas. If that sounds scary, well, you’ve been warned. Papa Buns leads the chaos and fun as we take a trip inside the world of this communally-living powerhouse of a band. Just watch it (but seriously, not at work, you’ll totally get fired – and possibly sent to the psychiatrist).
Featured song: “Come Close To My Fire”
Complete broadcast and audio playlist: http://b-t-r.co/1di8cAJ
The Barnyard Boys’ self-titled release is now available.
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