Spindrift Premiere 70's Grindhouse Style Video For 'Confusion Range'

Spindrift has released the first of several videos, ‘Theme From Confusion Range’, from their album ‘Classic Soundtracks’. The plan is to release a new video every three weeks, each video representing the song in a different movie style. I’m all for it and think the idea is really quite awesome, especially considering how inventive these guys will need to get. Word is that there might be a horror-inspired one, although one could easily make connections between this video and movies like ‘Last House On The Left’ and Tarantino’s ‘Death Proof’. Check it out below and let me know what you think.


Spindrift Announce 'Classic Soundtracks'

Psychedelic band Spindrift have announced their next album as ‘Classic Soundtracks’ and expect it to be out this spring. The strange concept behind this album is that each song is based off of a movie the band conceived in their minds. Trippy, huh? To further this concept, each song will have its own music video, each done by a different director. The first video to come out will be for the song ‘Theme From Confusion Range’ and is directed by Simon Chan who did Dead Meadow’s ‘The Three Kings’. Here’s the cool part: frontman Kirpatrick Thomas says “It’s an homage to 70′s slasher films and was filmed in Joshua Tree, California.” Count me among the intrigued!

 Spindrift Announce Classic Soundtracks
Spindrift’s music also recently appeared in ‘Hell Ride‘, which was produced by Quentin Tarantino.