If somebody just listened to Gustafer Yellowgold's music with no visual accompaniment, they might find it to be catchy, pleasant to listen to, and, based on a couple songs, they might wonder if perhaps there lies a more absurdist sense of humor than occasionally peeks through the lyrics.
And if they watched the accompanying videos, they'd be absolutely convinced of it.
On the first single from the brand-new-out-this-week album/DVD Gustafer Yellowgold's Wisdom Tooth of Wisdom, the horn-filled song "I Can't Feel My Face" could be heard as a love song from the perspective of the lovestruck narrator.
Except there are these lines: "Pie just falls away / Can't bite with curtains."
Huh? Where did that come from?
Just watch. All will be revealed.
Gustafer Yellowgold - "I Can't Feel My Face." [YouTube]