Chicago's own Dehd have just unveiled the music video for their single, "Haha." The track, as frontwoman Emily Kempf explains, is "about finding humor in impossible situations — sometimes, you just gotta laugh it off" and the video is fitting, and it's sure to put a smile on your face.
The video, which was co-directed by Kempf and Ryan Hart, combines the picturesque campiness (pun intended) of Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom with the goofy antics of Wet Hot American Summer, formed under the framework of Dehd's own "Camp HaHa." As with the band's video for their single, "Loner," "Haha" also stars their friend Alex Grelle in two lead roles: as "Becky," Alex is a cheery and high-spirited leader, while, as "Gary," they're a scheming and grinch-like, looming over the campers' joyous activities, binoculars in hand. In one scene, the two rivaling head counselors finally collide — while Becky heads a group of in synchronized swimmers, fitted in matching cherry red swimsuits and swim caps, Gary falls into the lake and must be given CPR. You can watch below.