From their 2013 Bloodshot album 'Dig Thy Savage Soul.'
Back in November those legendary Boston garage barons stopped by our humble abode to grace us with their formidable presence and play us a couple songs. What resulted was one of the most memorable work days we've ever had here. Barrence (for reasons unknown) decided to don an Abe Lincoln top hat found in Radio Man Swank's quarters, then picked up a century-old medical book from Bloodshot Rob's office, and treated his performance (through a harmonica microphone) as a 19th century plea for mercy (or a really twisted State of the Union address). Meanwhile, the Savages absolutely shred it up and had us thinking the walls were caving in.
Not seen in the video: Lydia Loveless and her band rehearsing in the basement while all of this is going on in the front room. Needless to say, we didn't get much real "work" done that day.