Philly indie rocker Kurt Vile will continue touring in support of b'lieve i'm goin' down in early 2017, and he has enlisted the help of Eagles defensive end Connor Barwin to tell you about it.
To promote that show, Vile filmed an exceedingly goofy clip with the Eagles' Barwin, who Pitchfork called "the NFL's biggest indie rock fan" earlier this year. In it, Vile, who calls himself "Philly's constant hitmaker," joins Barwin (and his own brother, Paul "Jelloman" Vile) to promote both his show and the Eagles' game against the Cowboys at Lincoln Financial Field on Jan. 1.
"Cause everyone knows, there's nothing in my hometown that I love more than music and sports," Vile says before being sacked and carried off by Barwin as Brother Vile cartwheels away to end the video. For posterity's sake, here is a GIF of that glorious moment:
As Barwin told Pitchfork earlier this year, Vile has "no interest in the Eagles, which is hilarious."
Previously, the pair worked together in 2014 for a charity show at Union Transfer featuring Vile put on by Barwin's Make the World Better Foundation.
Vile's tour dates are below: