Slightly belated given its Hallowe’en theme, but we can still celebrate this new single thanks to the vid by Bovine for the Paisley quintet’s first new material since debut album ‘Poor Girls / Broken Boys’…
The vid for recent single ‘Lifeline‘ was shot entirely in singer Linzi Clark’s bedroom.
“As we were limited with locations due to lockdown, (bandmate) Andrew (Quinn) came over to my flat,” she recounts, “and we filmed it all in my bedroom using some lights, a green screen and some frames and we started to shoot a mix of performance, dance and still shots and then we edited it all together and were pretty happy with how it turned out! It was nice to have full control over it from start to finish!”
More on the band at www.facebook.com/driftband0.
Vid for the new (free-to-download) single from multi-collaborative Creeping Bent collective’s album ‘Compendium’.
Vocals on ‘Olive Avenue’ are by Jay Stansfield – who also directs the video…
Video, directed by Ryder the Eagle, for a new single recorded at Kapranos’ studio in Scotland and mixed at the late Philippe Zdar’s Motorbass Studio in Paris. Their new take on the Lee Hazlewood-penned classic has Nancy Sinatra’s original parts translated into French by double-platinum star Luciani.
Another video taken from the five-track EP ‘From My House To Your House’, this time for ‘Resto Sveglia’ – which translates as ‘I Lie Awake’.
A lockdown collaboration between Alan Cormack of Spare Snare / Muppet Mule, and Nomoredolls / Pindhar vocalist Cecilia Miradoli, proceeds go to charities in their hometowns of Dundee and Milan.
‘Lost In The City’ is the third single from the Edinburgh trio’s debut album Nightlife, out now on Triassic Tusk Records. The track is described by ‘Philly’ Angelo Collins as “a late night tale of wild happenings imagined by subterranean New Yorkers,” while the video was filmed by Marta Aspe & Philly during lockdown in Edinburgh, and directed & edited by Gareth Goodlad at Dangerkill Productions.
Not really much of a video compared to the usual to be honest but a lovely version of ‘Song To The Siren’… more importantly, heralding Siobhan Wilson’s setting up of an account at www.patreon.com/fanspace, membership of which gets you see many more of her locked-down livestream sessions, as well as a monthly podcast.