Kill My Blues, Corin Tucker's just-released second album as leader of The Corin Tucker Band, rocks pretty hard, so it just makes sense that the accompany music videos would be equally awesome. That's the case with the new clip for "Neskowin," directed by Alicia J. Rose. The video tells the story of two teenage girls in the 1980s escaping from parents (one of whom is played by Corin Tucker), catching a ride with a hippie (played by Corin Tucker), and going to a punk show led by Poly Styrene of the X-Ray Spex (played by Corin Tucker). That's three awesome Corin Tucker roles which, as Rose puts it, "connect the story of the girls to the many 'sides' of Corin (and her band) as a mom, a hippie and a musician."