Halloween, Kava Kon Style

Some might frown at people carving anything other than a pumpkin to make a Jack O’Lanterns, but I think it’s perfectly acceptable. There are some amazing watermelon carvings out there and the whole carving tradition originally involved turnips. So pineapple Tiki O’Lanterns are fine in my book. Especially when they are accompanied by creepy music from their creator, Nels Truesdell:

You might remember Mr. Truesdell from his work in Kava Kon. He also provided the original graveyard lounge backing music for our podcast. Considering how music used in this particular video does not appear on said podcast or any previous albums, hopefully this means it will appear in full on a future album. Perhaps on the upcoming Maritime Mysteries album? Only time will tell.

Happy Halloween!

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