Pizza Underground Video Features Macaulay Culkin Kazoo Solo
"Pizza Gal" set to "Take a Bite of the Wild Slice" and "All the Pizza Parties"
Perhaps knowing that millions would revisit his 1990 Christmas classic Home Alone during the holiday season, Macaulay Culkin hit December with a greasy left hook: He started a pizza-themed Velvet Underground parody band called the Pizza Underground. Though the former child-actor raised the ire of ‘za-punk OGs Personal & the Pizzas, his band presses on, today debuting their very first music video. The three-and-a-half-minute clip above features an abridged medley of favorites: “All the Pizza Parties” (a reworking of “All Tomorrow’s Parties”); “Pizza Gal” (rhymes with “Femme Fatale”); and “Take a Bite of the Wild Slice” (Lou Reed’s solo single, “Walk on the Wild Side”), which appears to be tribute to the innovative stuffed crust pie. The visuals are everything you’d hope they’d be, finding Culkin and his crew dressed in exie black, drumming on delivery boxes while surrounded by slices. Oh, and Macaulay executes a kazoo solo through a pizza mask.