Another masterpiece from Captain Dan and the Scurvy Crew! I almost felt sad for Leviathan on this one (such big eyes) but then I forgot all about it when the kitty went ballistic. Great stuff 🙂
Alestorm has a long history of pushing the limits of awesome beyond what conventional science had previously deemed possible, and they do so once again with this new music video:
Henry Martin and the Pirates inc. have seen fit to tout the benefits of Island Federal Credit Union – in musical prose, no less. Check it out and then get ready to transfer your life’s savings to a more piratey banking alternative!
It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything from Auregan – the fetching-yet-tough-as-nails French siren that makes tricorns look fashionable. But she recently released her single 1798 (available on iTunes) along with a music video:
One video, four different flavors of our piratey French songstress – one of which appears to be undead. I don’t speak Frenchy, so I can only guess at the meaning of the lyrics – I assume they’re about me, and I’m quite flattered.
Just in time for Talk Like a Pirate Day, Captain Dan and his Scurvy Crew have unleashed a brand new piece of awesome our way!
Sorry, but when I saw this I squealed
like a schoolgirl like a boss.
From their new album “No Stars” comes this music video of the song “Captain Flint” (see a pattern here?) It’s only a guess, but I’m going to assume that the young pirate starring in this video is the offspring of one or more of the band members. Hey, if Will Smith can do it, why not Ben Gunn?
Dark, creepy silhouette puppets singing about death – and it even stars Murray, the talking skull (I assume that’s him, anyways!)
I haven’t had a chance to listen to his album yet, but methinks Tom Mason just might be one to keep an eye on…
The fact that entertainment geared at kids under 10 always makes me feel awkward notwithstanding, there is no effort more noble than getting younkers into the pirate spirit at an early age. Jake and the Never Land Pirates premieres today:
Looks fun enough, although I feel like this show was written by videogame designers – the floating islands, the view from the ship’s bow dodging islands… methinks a Jake and the Never Land Pirates Game is surely right around the corner. Continue reading