Black Rebel Motorcycle Club's new video 'Carried From The Start' will give you the blues
It is a sad, beautiful and uplifting song and a worthy addition to BRMC's already heavy arsenal. The six-minute long video is trippy as hell.
California based rock band 'Black Rebel Motorcycle Club' have just launched a new video for the hypnotic track 'Carried From The Start'. From the album 'Wrong Creatures', the track features Julien Crane and Courtlyn Cannant. For this absolutely engrossing song, the band collaborated with the Snorri Bros. It is a sad, beautiful and uplifting song and a worthy addition to BRMC's already heavy arsenal. The six-minute long video is trippy as hell. Watch it below.
The band said that videos are just a way for them to support other artists. "Videos are a way for us to support some else's art. We were actually fans of this cool video these guys (Snorri Bros) made for Null + Void a little while back," they said in an official statement.
"The video for 'Carried From The Start' went through a few different incarnations, and at one point we wanted to make a video for the whole album with different artists interpretations of each song. We were fortunate to work with Snorri Bro’s though because they’re very gorilla style and just jump into the deep end with no fear. I think we’d literally just started touring on the other side of the globe, and at the same time they created a whole world to this song in like the blink of an eye."
The band is currently touring the US and will be performing in the UK over the summer. They will be in London on July 26th, Hertfordshire, Standon Calling Festival on July 28th, Derbyshire, Y Not Festival on July 29th and will finally hit Glasgow, O2 Academy on July 30th.
The popular band consists of Peter Hayes on vocal, guitar, harmonica, Robert Levon Been on vocal, bass, guitar, and Leah Shapiro on drums. The band, that was formed in 1998 has been churning out some of the best tracks in the bluesy, psychedelic garage-rock scene. The band has survived and flourished in this time. As Robert Levon puts it, "We are truly an island - come hell or high water, so it's usually best to dress accordingly. Though I’m not sure what the proper attire is when drowning in fire. But leather usually goes with everything."