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Offworld, “They’ll Kill Us All” – Music VIDEO

Provincetown – Ah, dinner music for the locals. It was beyond perfect, a great way to leave winter in Provincetown behind with an original song by the band Offworld about aliens invading called, “They’ll kill us all.”

As folks were lining up and settling in to eat a feast from local restaurants at the Provincetown Year-Rounders Festival at Provincetown Town Hall, this hard-rocking apocalyptic band had folks dancing in the aisles, including a woman in a tiara who danced with a couple of aliens.

Offworld includes Laura Capello on vocals, Aarne Victorine on bass, Craig Adams on guitar, David Silver on drums. If you look closely at their Facebook page, you will notice that they were formed April 4, 1561. Just as we had guessed.

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