DeVotchKa: Rock Band Stage Show Features Romney Beheading
At the Boulder Theater in Colorado, the Denver-based rock band DeVotchKa performed a stage show that featured the ritual beheading of Mitt Romney in a pseudo Mayan beheading scene.
The DeVotchKa stage show featured the beheading of Mitt Romney
The October 26 performance of the Day of The Dead-like experience kicked off the concert with stilt-walkers, skeletons, acrobats and Mayanesque, befeathered characters roaming the stage.
The segment culminated in the “ritual beheading” of a band member sporting a Mitt Romney mask.
A medley of DeVotchKa’s hit seems to be a song titled How it Ends. The band also scored the soundtrack to the quirky film Little Miss Sunshine.
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