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Here’s a good way to get over the death of a pet – buy a ferret that can sing backing vocals and become a world superstar. That’s the basic premise for the bizarre music video for Boston Bun’s track Spread Love (Paddington), in which we see a bereaved cat owner find his new furry companion in a pet shop and go on a whirlwind journey of viral fame, chart topping success, failed romantic engagements and eventual homelessness. Reminiscent of the old school video for Flat Beat featuring Flat Eric, this music video goes to show that puppets can get up to much weirder things than the Muppets would have you believe…

Boston Bun|Spread Love (Paddington)|Music Video

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