Apr 10 2008Infant Sorrow Asks That We 'Do Something'

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In the upcoming Judd Apatow-produced Forgetting Sarah Marshall, our puppet-loving hero Peter's celebrity girlfriend dumps him for the lead singer of the tragically-titled band Infant Sorrow, Alduous Snow. So obviously we want to hate that guy. Thanks to a brilliant marketing move, that's become easy, as you can now indulge in two of Snow's dreadful, pseudo-meaningful music videos online. Sorrow's "We've Gotta Do Something" gives a vague, conflicting message of saving the planet, while the sensual epic "Inside of You" paints a lurid picture of sexual desire. Both are at once laughably ridiculous and sadly, frighteningly believable.

Watch them both, B the C (below the cut).

Reader Comments

Also, it's Russel Brand, so it's quite easy to hate him.

The video for "Inside of You" is a fan vid, made up of clips from Russell Brand's BBC On the Road documentary, about Jack Kerouac. But yes, both songs were written by Jason Segel for the character of Aldous Snow.

They're actually better than quite a lot of tracks in the chart at the moment. I actually found my foot tapping to We Gotta Do Something.

Ju-Apa has a movie coming out called "Forgetting Sa-Marsh"? Is that too a type of weed? Cuz I've never heard of that one either.

You might watch stuff, but do you read comments? The black and white video is not part of a marketing move, nor is it one of 'Snow's videos.' It was made by a fan. The normal blog etiquette for corrections is to leave the mistake but to strike it through.

You might watch stuff, but do you read comments? The black and white video is not part of a marketing move, nor is it one of 'Snow's videos.' It was made by a fan.

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