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It’s the Lost Boys Versus Blade, Buffy and Sax Man, in Gunship’s Video

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The synth-driven sounds of Gunship have taken a dark and vampy turn in their latest single ‘Dark All Day’ from their second album of the same name.

The band, who focuses its passions around everything wonderfully 80s-90s genre rooted, breaks the vampire mold with their latest video.

The video features a who’s who of vampires and vampire slayers all going head to head to the sounds of Gunship.

Now, sure watching Buffy get split in two is pretty insane and all but not nearly as insane and cool as the cameo by Tim Cappello.

Capello can been seen and heard throughout the video unleashing the sounds of his sax all over the place. Lost Boys fans will of course remember him as the oiled-up, chain mail undies wearing dude singing “I still believe” at the boardwalk.

The whole video is pretty dang cool and created a large amount of crossovers that really works. You have Blade, Buffy, The Frog Bros. and of course Seth Gecko all making

Gunship has a lot of other cool videos on their Youtube page outside of this one, and I highly recommend checking them all out.

Dark All Day

As he takes from me my last breath, inhale
I’m picking up the scent

What a hell of a feeling
It is dark all day
But there is something in the sky that glows
What a hell of a feeling
With such a brilliant mind
Can you feel those chemicals in the air tonight

I will see you on the other side
I am your night girl, rip my heart out
Darkness falling yet another night
Come on Lost Boys, let’s stay alive

What a hell of a day to embrace disorder
And there is something in your eyes that burns
Light up. Drag the river
Can you see there are chemicals in the air tonight

I will see you on the other side
I am your night girl, rip my heart out
Darkness falling yet another night
Come on Lost Boys, let’s stay alive

Let’s fly

I will see you on the other side
I am your night girl, rip my heart out
Darkness falling yet another night
Come on Lost Boys, let’s stay alive

Goodnight my Lost Boys
Thou shall not fear
Goodnight my sweetheart

Trey grew up wedged in-between the aisles of a video store. After a Cronenbergian inspired sequence, He has officially become fused with both film and video games. He writes all things pop culture, and has accidentally kicked two sharks and lived. Give him a follow and Tweet him something not too judgy @TreyHilburn.