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DRAWL!: How Australians Deal With Dangerous Animals

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DRAWL! is a video series created by New Times and all-around renaissance man Robbie Pfeffer that focuses on the odd and exciting experiences that make life in a band interesting. By mixing first-person storytelling with animation, DRAWL! hopes to show that these artists’ lives can be just as engaging as their music.

The second installation of DRAWL! features Wil Wagner of Smith Street Band talking about an encounter with a typically dangerous Australian animal in a typically tough Australian city. Hilarity ensues. Enjoy.

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