On Our Radar: Little Destroyer leaves us wondering where the Pabst Blue Ribbon-powered party is at in video for "21"

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      Here's the weird thing about partying: it's the most fun thing in the world until it isn't. 

      In the video for "21", the members of Vancouver electropop trio Little Destroyer leaves things more or less up to the viewer to decide how they feel about things.

      Admit it—even when you're totally wiped and laying on a piece of outdoor public art in what looks like the middle of the night, it's easy to rally when you get a text about a house party where there's so much Pabst Blue Ribbon people are dousing their feet with it. And, ever better, everyone on the couch is seemingly too wasted to notice. 

      And then there's the other side of the story—like when you stumble out onto the street at the break of dawn and then promptly collapse on the lawn for the mailman to step over.

      Where does Little Destroyer stand with "21"? 

      The band's official statement is this: “‘21’ is an intoxicating trip through the highs and lows of trying to survive the modern world as a damaged human. Think of yourself as dead. You have lived your life. Now, take what’s left and live it properly. What doesn’t transmit light creates its own darkness.”

      A clearer answer might come at the two-minute mark of the song, when the neon-glow synths fade away and frontwoman Allie Sheldan wistfully sing-speaks "I always say in the morning I'll never drink again, I'll never smoke again/I won't undress for strange women and men."

      Except that, when she follows that up with "I swear never again, right/I swear never again, right", one somehow gets the feeling that's not going to happen. 

      Watch for yourself and then drawn your own conclusions. Also, pass the PBR.