In Placeholder Gameworks' Death and Taxes, you take on the roll of Grim. The afterlife's newest resident skeleton. Just one of the many Grims working to harvest souls and keep (or overturn) the balance of the universe. Under the command of Fate, you spend each day choosing who lives and who dies. But what consequences will your choices have..?Spooky bureaucracy? Sign me up. As soon as I heard about Death and Taxes I knew I wanted to write a song about it! I've had this song waiting for a video for a few months now, life and other projects got in the way, so I'm super excited to finally be able to share it with you all now!It's a good job skeletons don't have ears, because this one's a bit of an earworm.Huge thanks to my patrons for making this video possible, to Dansonn once again for another fantastic beat, Oxygen for another awesome mix and to Lizzy for all of her help putting the video together!#DeathandTaxes-----Check out the full Stupendium originals playlist for all of my original songs!STUPENDIUM ORIGINALS: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...THE STUPENDIUM ON SPOTIFY:http://bit.ly/StupendifyTHE STUPENDIUM ON GOOGLE PLAY:http://bit.ly/StuGoogliumTHE STUPENDIUM ON iTUNES:http://bit.ly/StupendiTunesLyrics, Vocals and Video by The StupendiumBeat produced by Dansonn Beatshttps://www.dansonn.com/Mixed by Oxygen Beatshttps://www.youtube.com/oxygenbeatsCamera operation by Lizzy C.JonesDeath and Taxes, its world and its characters are the property of Placeholder Gameworks.-----You can support The Stupendium on Patreon!https://www.patreon.com/thestupendiumGrab your official Stupendium Merchandise! Shirts and mugs and hats, oh my! https://stupendium.fanfiber.comJoin the official Stupendium discord server!https://discord.gg/h9cu8hyDrop me a tweet? @TheStupendiumThe Stupendium is a London based musician, animator and content creator, creating weird, wonderful and usually incredibly nerdy songs and animations. Join him on his journey to obscure, niche internet stardom! He has some pretty decent videos, wonderful facial hair and a great sense of discomfort describing himself in the third person.