This is far from new, but you’ve got to give these folks credit; clearly a lot of work went into their interpretation of emo. And clearly it is a bit old – especially for pop standards. Had it been made in the past year or two, they’d probably trade Bright Eyes quips for hacks at Hawthorne Heights. The confusion between hipster and “emos” is again quite apparent. And right there is the problem with trying to pin down emo with definition, and partially why some clear semblance of definition has evaded most folk.
Still what a great concept. And really, who wouldn’t mind running around on a farm every now and then?