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Here Are Five 4/20-Friendly Music Videos From Local Bands

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We've rounded up a few videos from local bands that seem particularly appropriate for today's date. There are people dressed like fruit in MacArthur Park, floating hamburgers and a director played by a cat (complaining about how his music video crew got high on catnip, of course).

The (kind of Woggels-esque) Apple Brains do a tribute to fruteros:

Flying Lotus gets the "Adult Swim" treatment:

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Getting the munchies? Pull up to the drive-thru of LA Font and you might catch a flying burger (full disclosure: I have friends in the band):

If cats were calling the shots in the music biz:

Here's a mellow slo-mo finish from No Age:

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