Man, remember how THE BANANA MONKEYS managed to interrupt Christmas Day last year with a music video documenting Mozuku and Tenka’s previous attempts at getting some poor suckers on board with their shenanigans?
Things seemed to take a slightly more normal turn this year when they delivered a Christmas broadcast to rival our very own Queen’s speech; that is, until you notice that they seemed to be a member short.
Indeed, immediately after the broadcast ended, we were treated to this bit of festive news; Mozuku, one of the longest-surviving monkeys, has jumped ship and retired from entertainment, effective immediately!
Hey you guys! While I am not the Official Homicidols.com Banana Monkeys Correspondent, I am the Official Homicidols.com Editor in Chief When I Feel Like It, and in such a capacity it is sometimes necessary to fill in for the official correspondents. So it was yesterday when Kerrie exclaimed “something something Banamon something something” and then found other, more useful things to do with her time. I felt tht there was plenty to all that something something to warrant a Something, and so here we are.
So: Hey, check out this new song that Banamon did!
So, it’s come to this. After promising three consecutive music videos in the leadup to the release of their new single, the conclusion of the Nani-mono trilogy finally came out today. What kind of note will it end on? A somber one? Something shocking? Or epic? Well…
“There’s new Banamon” read the message, and my teeth set like that emoji that you send when somebody tells you something that’s befitting a “wew lad” but you don’t want to dignify it by typing that much. There were more posts to blog, I thought to myself, than this site’s latest favorite whipping-idol, and the Weekender exists for reasons, and why am I even worried about this, it’s a Ker– oh, Kerrie’s got other things to do, okay. Well, I may as well … oh okay!
So. There’s news from THE BANANA MONKEYS! Some of it involves people, and some of it involves the things that people create. Let’s invert that proposition and start with the thing, which is music, which is actually also the lede, so here you go:
In maybe … let’s not call it more surprising, but maybe inevitable-but-nonetheless-terrifying surprising, in that kind of surprising, Banamon went ahead and added a couple of new members, too! Continue reading →