We’ve teamed up with Chicago noise rock band No Men, which features ex-Ringo Deathstarr vocalist/drummer Pursley, to bring you the giallo-inspired music video for “Stay Dumb”. If you’re into the Italian 70’s films that exude that deliciously creepy kind of atmosphere, you’re bound to get a fresh taste of it here, all coupled in with the exciting and dangerous track.
Director Greg Stephen Reigh tells BD:
The video is a tongue-in-cheek homage to the Italian Giallo thrillers of the 70’s and a love letter to horror icons Dario Argento and Mario Bava, in all their colorful, trashy glory. Shot on a shoestring budget, the video was made possible by the generosity of Chicago’s DIY music scene, who donated their locations to the production.
You can buy the Deeper EP via Bandcamp.
Catherine Woods – Makeup
Jeremy Freedberge – Co-Cinematographer, Gaffer
Michael Patrick Russell – Bartender
Abby Young – Lover
9/15 Chicago, IL The Hideout
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