King Parrot debut music video for “Home Is Where The Gutter Is”

King Parrot have released a new music video for their track “Home Is Where The Gutter Is” through Noisey, you can stream the clip above. King Parrot frontman Matt “Youngy” Young said of the video:

“There’s many people in the world forced into homelessness. Then there is people who just choose to be homeless, and actually prefer to live that way. The lyrics and the video clip focus on this and that these people should be entitled to live whatever way they choose. I think it’s one of the biggest ‘fuck yous’ to society a person can give and I admire it. ‘Home Is Where The Gutter Is’ is a story of a homeless dude, just trying to get by on a daily basis. He gets sick of people trying to mess with him, and when it becomes too much he takes matters in to his own hands. It’s a pretty absurd and abstract message, but basically it just says, ‘shut the fuck up and let people live however they want.’ Most of society sucks and this is our salute to homeless dudes who don’t give a fuck and choose to live outside of the laws and expectations most people live by.”

The song is taken off the band’s forthcoming studio album Dead Set, out May 19th through Housecore Records. Pre-orders for the affair are available via the label’s webstore and on iTunes.