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Fun Fun Fun Fest drops latest video tease

Ready for more Fun Fun Fun? Those whacky tramps over at Transmission have just unleashed their latest video teaser for the festival line-up, and guess what? We're not spoiling it for you.

What names are hidden in there? Let's just that, if you're a fan of Philly hardcore or Seattle musical comedy, get excited and get online when round two of ticket sales ($110 for all three days) for the Nov. 4-6 festival goes live today at 6pm via their website.

If you need a clue, try this handy guide to alphabet flags and if you're too lazy for that, just highlight the invisitext below:

Flying Lotus
Kid Dynamite
Ra Ra Riot
Reggie Watts
Tune Yards

By the way, if you missed last week's leak, and are too lazy to break out your guide to nautical flags, the leaked names so far include yellow stage veteran Brian Posehn (if he performs 'More Metal Than You,' we shall buy him a candy bar) plus controversial (putting it mildly) rap collective Odd Future, local heroes Okkervil River, Franco-electro-shoegazers M83, and cult LA punks X.

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