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The Limit Club Release Video for "Shake"

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Valley rockabilly trio The Limit Club knows how to throw a party. For evidence, look no further than the band's brand new video, for their song "Shake."

"Shake" is from The Limit Club's latest album, This Is Cutthroat Business, and the video features the band -- vocalist and guitarist Nick Feratu, upright bassist Nicholas David, and drummer Juan Carlos (who also plays with The Quakes) -- playing their slick swing on the rooftop of the Clarendon Hotel, interspersed with scenes of beautiful women holding martinis, black-and-white "morning after" snippets, and blurry shots of someone running drunk through the streets. The party comes full circle to the roof by the end of the video.

Check out the video for "Swing" (directed by Elijah Bustos at UCB Productions) after the jump, and see The Limit Club live on Friday, July 8, at Ghost Lounge at Hotel San Carlos.

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