It's been a while since we've heard anything out of hard-boozin', dirty-bloozin' rock 'n' roll power trio Ultras S/C. Perhaps that's because two-thirds of the band are awaiting the arrival of their hard-ass progeny. Nevertheless, the outfit — fronted by inimitable former Be Your Own Pet howler Jemina Pearl — has a brand-new Michael Carter-directed video for their tune "1417 Roberts Ave.," and it debuted earlier today via Noisey.
Ultras S/C utilize about as much artifice and pretense as precursors like, say, Wire, Rocket From the Tombs or MC5 (which is to say, none), instead opting to sloppily squall and squeal away on their respective instruments, punishing the eardrums of anyone who comes along for the ride. Shit, drummer Ben Swank doesn't even use hi-hats. Anyhow, the video is similarly unapologetic, Carter having spliced in clips of warships being Kamikaze dive-bombed amid VHS footage of the Ultras clamoring away in a basement. Enjoy the video above. You can also stream the track itself below or purchase it at Ultras S/C's Bandcamp page, or order the single via Cass Records.