Amish Teens Gone Wild in “Virgins”: New Video by Death From Above 1979

Virgins Death from Above 1979

Phallic facial graffiti, always the sign of a good party.

Young folks of the Amish persuasion are known for their moments of rebellion—the famous period called rumspringa, where they might hit the road (in a gas-powered vehicle!) to indulge in whatever strikes their fancy before returning to the simple life they’re so famous for. That’s not, strictly speaking, what rumspringa means to all Amish teens in all communities—the word’s literal translation is “adolescence”—but some do turn all Spring Breakers for a bit.

But what about the day-to-day, night-to-night rebellion? After the horses are stabled and prayers are said, and the sun goes down, do these Amish adolescents ever get together and party their faces off? Do they snort powdery substances, hump the trees and squeeze udders until they wastefully spurt milk all over the barn? Death From Above 1979 would like to think so, as shown in their spanking new video for “Virgins”:

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Published on: April 29, 2015

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