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Pianist Marco Benevento accidentally appears in Pixies’ video

Pianist Marco Benevento accidentally appears in Pixies’ video

VIDEO STAR: Rock band The Pixies, from left, Black Francis, Kim Shattuck, David Lovering and Joey Santiago, pose for a portrait in promotion of their new EP and upcoming tour dates, on Friday, Sept. 20, 2013 in New York. Photo: Associated Press/Photo by Diane Bondareff/Invision/AP

Pianist and experimental musician Marco Benevento accidentally appears in the latest Pixies’ music video, Jambands.com reported Tuesday.

The video for “Andro Queen” includes footage of Benevento from a recent show in Oregon. Benevento apparently did not know he was being filmed, nor that he’d be featured in a band’s video, the website reported.

“Andro Queen” is the first single from the Pixies’ first album since 1991.

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