May 18, 2010 11:50

MGMT, Yeasayer, Norah Jones appear in new film 'Wah Do Dem'

Musicians have acting roles in October-bound DVD release

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MGMT's Ben Goldwasser, Yeasayer's Ira Wolf Tuton and Norah Jones are among the musicians who make guest appearances in forthcoming film Wah Do Dem.

The film is set to be released on October 26 in the USA on DVD, reports Rttnews.com. It features the story of a skateboarder (played by musician Sean Bones) lost in Jamaica.

Watch the Wah Do Dem trailer by clicking below. See the film's official website, Wahdodem.com, for more information.

Wah Do Dem from sam fleischner on Vimeo.



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