One of many uncommon items the pandemic gave us is remotely made music by collections of musicians who had plenty of time on their fingers and an analogous quantity of pent-up creativity. Depend Bagorah as a kind of items. With members in Vancouver, BC, Seattle and Nashville, they collaborated the new-fashioned method—components had been recorded individually and mixed to make the ten tracks on their debut, The Artwork of Deviant Habits.
Unsurprisingly, not one of the members of Bagorah—Lenny Burnett (guitars), Richard Sims (bass), Tom Moller (drums), James Phillips (vocals)—really seem of their newest video for “Secret Society.” As a substitute, they’ve assembled a group of vaguely occcult-themed scenes that ably accompany the heavy progressive monitor which appears to take a seat on the ’70s Blue Öyster Cult facet of Ghost’s Devil obsession. As such, it’s each creepy and sardonic.
The video was produced, directed and edited by Leggroom Studio. And the track may be discovered on the self-released The Artwork of Deviant Habits, which is at the moment accessible on CD and digital codecs right here.
Right here’s what the band needed to say about their newest video:
“As a lot as we discover Devil an entertaining visible picture we wished our video to seize different fringe ideology and practices to seize the vibe and lyrical content material of this lower. To blur the road of wether the previous man is merely passing on historic information to his granddaughter or really grooming her to proceed his allegiance to a Secret Society.”