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Arts and Entertainment

Watch Aubrey Plaza Rock Out On A Paddle Boat In Echo Park

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Aubrey Plaza sure knows how to make us swoon. The Parks and Recreation darling gave some love to L.A. in this recently-released Cassorla music video.

In the clip for indie-pop track, "Bona Fide," Plaza gives a deadpan stare while playing a saxophone and doing a very Angeleno thing: riding a paddle boat at Echo Park Lake. She does some lip-synching while performance artist Nick Cregor dances on the Staten Island Ferry in New York. We've got the best of both coasts here!

Cassorla is singer and guitarist Ben Cassorla's project. He's played on tour with the likes of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Washed Out, and Slick Rick, according to Spin. His debut EP, Amigos, which will feature "Bona Fide," will be released on Feb. 4.

Cassorla describes the video as "a love story about two people who push and pull from each other on screen, who don't even know they're in love."