Tickle Me Pink released the 'Typical' music video that still captures their late guitarist Johnny Schou.
To promote their debut LP, "Madeline", newly-emerging rock act Tickle Me Pink have released a music video for their popular first single, "Typical". The clip was officially premiered on MTV2 Unleashed on Monday, August 4.
The video that sees the band playing inside a motel was directed by Christopher Sims, the same person who delivered videos for From First to Last and Jimmy Eat World. It also becomes the music video that captures bassist Johnny Schou who tragically died on July 1, the day the album was released.
Schou was found dead on the apartment that he shared with the rest of the band members few hours before they were supposed to launch a promotional appearance for the new album. The band have decided to move on with the support of the LP by going on the road with Joey Barba replacing Schou's post. They are currently serving a national tour along with Scary Kids Scaring Kids and Finch. The complete tour dates can be found on the band's MySpace.
Tickle Me Pink, "Typical":