Melbourne rock band Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever put out one of last year's most underrated, ultra-fun records in Talk Tight. It appears they're not slowing down whatsoever, with a new EP due this spring. Today, they dropped a new video for "Julie's Place," a single that blends joy and punk in equal measure. The video follows the band outside of a house, fucking around with various tools, not to mention lawnmowers of all shapes and sizes. The song blends well with the visuals — summer days spent in a kind of endless drift, being cool with days of work not amounting to much. It's happiness in a non-overt way, the right kind of setting for their music. Check it out below.