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Earlier this summer, Eva Moolchan—better known as Sneaks—released her debut LP, Gymnastics, via Parisian punk label Danger Records. The ten-song album—full of anxious, bass-driven post-punk tunes—mostly contains cuts from her seven-song tape released on local label Sister Polygon. And now, one of the best cuts from both the tape and record, “X.T.Y.,” has an appropriately badass music video.

On the track, Moolchan sing-speaks over a fuzzed-out bass riff and drum machine. In the video—which Impose Magazine premiered earlier today—Moolchan and The Devil bike around and goof in a skate park, under a bridge, and near a construction site. The video, which looks like it was ripped straight from a mid-’90s BMX video, was directed by Ryan Florig (who, full disclosure, is a friend), a D.C.-based artist, photographer, and videographer who made the similarly vibed music video for slacker-rock trio Witch Coast. Check it out below: