Madeline Kenney's Joyous 'Cut Me Off' Video Features Some Fancy Office Moves

Jenn Wasner of Wye Oak produces Perfect Shapes, the second album for the Oakland-based songwriter and musician, out Oct. 5.
A still from Madeline Kenney's "Cut Me Off" video. Source: YouTube

After awhile, the monotony of an office job can get to you. Days blur together under flickering fluorescent lights in stuffy boardroom meetings, and as you count down the seconds by the drip-drop of the nearby coffee pot, it's easy to long for something more. This is the backdrop where we first catch up with in the music video for her brand new song "Cut Me Off," the first single from her just-announced forthcoming second album, .

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