As we get ever-closer to “fat guy gets stuck in chimney” day, here’s an early present – six cracking videos…
Sun Arcana – “Oxygen”
Essex band Sun Arcana are pleased to announce their heartfelt new video “Oxygen”. Says vocals/guitarist Tom Harper:
We have had this song written for a while now. It started off as more of a ballad and it was also originally about 7 minutes long, so we never thought it was going to make it as a single. Our producer Chris really helped us turn it into more of a listenable song and get the sound that we never thought the song could achieve.
Shooting the video for this song was fun. We shot it with Rolling Vision again, who had some great ideas to fit in well with the song. The actors we worked with were fantastic and did an amazing job at portraying the characters. We were all cracking up though because one of the lines Piers shouted at Kyle was “Grow Up” and the phrase reminded us of Inbetweeners. It’s been a joke of ours ever since (it’s the little things that matter).
Y.O.U.N.G – “Exposure”
Y.O.U.N.G have released the video for their brand new single “Exposure”. The video features the band performing the song throughout a number of locations, from huge colourful backdrops to dark urban settings.
Curse The Fall – “Race”
Today we bring you news of a powerful new video release from Oklahoma City’s Curse The Fall. “Race” is a wrecking ball of a track taken from the band’s latest EP, Symbiosis. The video, filmed at 3130 Studios and directed by studio owner Clark Deal, captures the raw intensity of a full-blooded metal band playing straight from the heart. No gimmicks, no bullshit just pure, passionate heavy metal.
Sadauk – “Battle A God”
Sadauk has released a new lyric video for the song “Battle A God”. The song is on their new album A New Dawn, which was released on December 8th, 2017 via Pure Legend records. The album is available as a CD and download.
Moonshine Oversight – “Feel”
“Feel” is an extract from the new Moonshine Oversight album Vanishing Lines. Lyrics are melancholic, expressing the inexplicable sadness in all of us in spite of acquired happiness. It is their most personal song.
Half the Animal – “Bad Bad Love”
LA Based alternative rock band Half The Animal have channeled all of the best of throwback ’80s bright energy and color with the official music video for their sophomore single, “Bad Bad Love”.