Garboski Celebrates Tucson Summer with 'Nothing's Funny I'm Broke' Video

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It may not be a clip from Tucson's official visitor's bureau, but the new music video from Garboski certainly captures that je ne sais quoi of a summer in the heat-baked desert. 

Directed by Dave Mertz, the video for "Nothing's Funny I'm Broke" is all frolic, all the time for Garboski and friends. 

But that frolicking—like this summer—must come to an end because Garboski is heading into a bit of a hibernation. Guitarist Ian Philabaum, who joined what was originally a trio of Beau Bowen (guitar, vocals), Garth Bryson (bass) and Josh Skibar (drums), has departed Tucson for a job as an immigration-rights advocate in south Texas. 

It may be a while, but these boys of summer will return, Bryson says. So in the meantime, stream the band's 2014 "Nothing's Funny I'm Broke" EP and dream of sweltering days. 


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