Ever wondered what happened to Macaulay Culkin? So does Macaulay Culkin. His pizza-themed Velvet Underground cover band unveiled their first music video, made in conjunction with Vice's Noisey.
In the lo-fi video, Culkin and his bandmates are surrounded by pizza, playing pizza instruments, and singing about pizza. The band covers Velvet Underground's "Femme Fatale," but they populate the song with cheesy (pun intended!) lyrics and transform the ditty into "Pizza Gal." The whole time, Culkin looks bored and doesn't really participate, while his bandmates chow down on slices, wave their legs in the air and revel in the pizza-themed merriment. It isn't until the end of the song that Culkin joins in by placing a piece of pizza on his face for his kazoo solo.
Yes, all of this is true. We know we're weird here at Stereotude, but even we couldn't make this up. You can watch the video here.
In the meantime, here's a slightly off-putting video of them performing live in Brooklyn:
.....Pizza, anyone? I'd like a pizza that action, songs in the key of pi...zza. And so on and so forth.