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Video: Caravan Palace's "Lone Digger"

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The famous electro swing group Caravan Palace released a new, anthro filled video for their single "Lone Digger".

Directed by Double Ninja, most famous for directing "Magic" by Mystery Skulls, the video depicts a gang war but with the classic cats and dogs 'hating each other' motif. The showdown takes place in a performance bar of sorts.

This is the group's second single from their new album < I°_°I > (pronounced 'Robot').


NSFW warning: This video isn't exactly SFW. It gets a little intense towards the end.


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One thing I've learned from music videos is that... furries cannot get along in bars :P

Also see Capital Cities - Kangaroo Court music video.

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That video and song are absolutely amazing ;3

I'm a different furry with different opinions.

Debut Album out now go stream it plz

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Why are kangaroo courts considered so unjust?

Specieism I tell you!

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Yeah, where did the saying Kangaroo Court come from....

I'm a different furry with different opinions.

Debut Album out now go stream it plz

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Look it up on Wikipedia.

"Although the term kangaroo court has been erroneously explained to have its origin from Australia's courts while it was a penal colony,[2] the first published instance is from an American source in the year 1850. Some sources suggest that it may have been popularized during the California Gold Rush of 1849, along with mustang court,[3] as a description of the hastily carried-out proceedings used to deal with the issue of claim jumping miners.[2] Ostensibly the term comes from the notion of justice proceeding "by leaps", like a kangaroo.[4] Another possibility is that the phrase could refer to the pouch of a kangaroo, meaning the court is in someone's pocket. The phrase is popular in the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand and is still in common use.[5]"

Fred Patten

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None of you seem to understand… these bars don't keep me away from you; they keep you away from me!

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This song got a lot of play at Anthrocon 2016; not sure if that counts as irony or black humor.

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Cassidy Civetread storiescontact (login required)

a musician and Malay Civet from Port Moody, interested in music and art!

I'm a female civet! Always down for a good time, but never a cup of coffee. ;3
I am a musician and artist, as I say, a born musician and a living artist!

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VancouFur 2016/2017/2018/2019/2020
Howloween 2016/2017/2018/2019
Fur-Eh 2017/2018/2019
Further Confusion 2019/2020
Furvana 2019
MFF 2019
TFF 2020