Bloody-Disgusting has teamed up once again with Los Angeles rockers Knee High Fox, which is fronted by Christine Connolly (Underworld: Evolution, Nightmare At The End Of The Hall). Today we’re bringing you the exclusive music video premiere for the band’s new single “Valentine”, which comes from their upcoming EP Unknown Skeleton (purchase here).
The video was directed by Spider One, who states, “The song “Valentine” has a very militaristic sound so I wanted to shoot it in an extremely intrusive, almost violent way. I wanted the viewer to feel like they were under attack. The intense colors, disturbing imagery and powerful performances all added to what ended up being a complete assault of the senses.”
Knee High Fox will also be touring as support for Powerman 5000 through mid-April. Check out everything below!
The band comments: “When we wrote this song the military vibe and visual was already in our heads. We’re very hands on with our videos and concepts and our new EP ‘Unknown Skeleton’ was inspired by the seedy underbelly you can get trapped in living in Los Angeles. Its a beautiful city with an incredible dark side if you go looking for it. ‘Valentine’ is our heavy rocker big live video. We approached Spider One with the song and the idea around it and he immediately responded to it. It was a quick 3 hour shoot that left us all with extreme bangovers. This video really captured the intensity and weirdness of our band and music and live shows. Just like LA from the second the video starts the darkness sucks you in. We loved working with Spider One and definitely think its a great partnership. The band is always directing or co-directing our videos so he was some great fresh blood to add to the mix. As the lead off single we definitely think it sets the pace for the EP and shows people just what Knee High Fox really is. Were a unique and theatrical band that likes to push it. With Valentine we feel like we’ve gone all the way.”
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