From Pitchfork: A simple, effective video for a simple, effective song. Little Joy's "No One's Better Sake", from their self-titled album on Rough Trade, is pretty hard not to like, easily transcending any notions of dilettantism with its easy musicality and complete lack of pretense. The video, which uses crude but charming split-screen effects from the heyday of 1960s TV, is just as loose and fun. Devendra Banhart-- he's back there shaking maracas while wearing a baja jacket and those oversized sunglasses-- would seem to agree.

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