Appalachian alternative rockers from Charleston, West Virginia, Static Fur, made up of Patrick Nelson (Vocals, Guitar), David Stephenson (Bass Guitar), Scott McMillian (Synthesizers) and Casi Pourfarhadi (Drums), release a cheeky video for the hot and heavy noise rock track “Connection“, the first single from their debut 6-track studio album “Sorry Future.”
Deeply throbbing, fuzzy low end progression rumble along tight, banging drum beats, fueled by sparse, clashing cymbals, and oscillating hearty bass pulses, to build extreme tension and rousing rhythmic grooves around flirty, rebellious male vocals brimming with passionate cries and amorous croons, falling wildly into the spiralling synth swathes hissing abrasion.
A love song about a deep mental and physical connection expressed through intense yearning and satisfaction.
Fun, sign of the times DIY video, filmed and produced by David Stephenson, captures the mood of 2020 with a comedic performance of love, life, and music at a proper social distance. Dizzying camera angles spin cool, urban shots atop the dramatic “air playing” of musical instruments while groovy, exaggerated dance moves swept in hip-swinging, hair flinging gestures anoint the stage for an unforgettable romantic reunion.
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