Construction workers and 'mechanic types' sought for Wye Oak music video

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February 05, 2014|By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun

If you're a middle-aged construction worker living in Baltimore and don't have any dance experience, you might think your odds of appearing in a music video are pretty low.

Well, here's your big chance.

Baltimore-based dreamy rock duo Wye Oak is seeking "people who fit the look of a construction worker or mechanic type" for their next video, according to a Craigslist post that band member Jenn Wasner shared on Facebook. 

The band is seeking seven men and three women, preferably between the ages of 30 and 50. 

Those "who enjoy getting dirty" are encouraged to apply.

Dancers need to attend 4-6 rehearsals, and must be available on March 15 and 16 to shoot the video.  They'll even make a small stipend -- $60.

Now if only a band would seek thirtysomething reporter types for a music video...

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