This ain’t Shakespeare. It’s better. Photo by Nick Kita, via Facebook

What are you doing Sunday, aside from being hungover and wishing you were dead? Eating brunch? That’s one way to come back to life. Or, you can sweat all the poison out with local punk heroes Titus Andronicus, who are shooting a music video for a song off their latest album, at a secret location in Williamsburg. Secret location or no, you’re still invited to participate, you lucky duck.

The band is filming the video for “Still Life With Hot Deuce and Silver Platter.” You don’t have to do much, just “earnestly rock out” as if you’re at an actual show. The shoot will last from 2:30pm to 9pm and while there’ll be lip synching, there’ll also be a live performance by the band. Which, if you haven’t seen them live yet, is a fast-paced and upbeat affair. If you want to be in the video, email HotDeuceVideo (at), and the band will email you the location of the shoot, which they say is somewhere in Williamsburg.

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