The One Eyed Cats release "Let Her Cry"

Tyler Byrne ’09 sends us a music video that just may take Wesleyan by storm. In “Let Her Cry,” The One Eyed Cats sing about love, longing, hot freshmen, and beer. There’s also a second video that Tyler describes as “a Behind-the-Music type mockumentary about the band.” Says Tyler:

These are two short projects I made with some friends for the History of Rock and R&B class I took my last year. The first is a music video for “Let Her Cry”. We borrowed the tune from Hootie and the Blowfish and gave it our own Wesleyan flavor. As you will see, it tells a story of a dude who stalks a girl around our campus.

I think it’s really creative. Check it out!

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22 thoughts on “The One Eyed Cats release "Let Her Cry"

  1. Anonymous

    I know these guys and they are all pansies – every last one of them. they should be banned from all music classes so i never have to waste another three minutes watching a clip like this again… A???? ill give that piece of shit a C+ at best

  2. Anonymous

    I know these guys and they are all pansies – every last one of them. they should be banned from all music classes so i never have to waste another three minutes watching a clip like this again… A???? ill give that piece of shit a C+ at best

  3. Anonymous

    The keyboardist is actually a very talented musician. He is a budding solo artist, as well as an amateur bodybuilder.

  4. Anonymous

    The keyboardist is actually a very talented musician. He is a budding solo artist, as well as an amateur bodybuilder.

  5. The Giggle Master

    i actually heard that the lead guitarist might be on itunes? any confirmation? also, who supplied these guys with their wardrobe? finally, this was a school project as i understand. lame? id say creative, and worthy of consideration for an “A.” thoughts?

  6. The Giggle Master

    i actually heard that the lead guitarist might be on itunes? any confirmation? also, who supplied these guys with their wardrobe? finally, this was a school project as i understand. lame? id say creative, and worthy of consideration for an “A.” thoughts?

  7. Anonymous

    they made this when they were sophomores, and they are juniors now. i didnt think it was THAT lame

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