** DEATH ALLEY Release Video for New Single ‘Headlights In the Dark’ ———————————————————— Dutch destroyers DEATH ALLEY have released a video for their latest single ‘Headlights In The Dark’ today.
The song is taken off their new album “Superbia”, which was released last Friday via Century Media Records.
Watch the video for “Headlights In The Dark” here: https://youtu.be/wwbx8fP5rs0
Talking about the video, the band sayL “How would you feel, if you saw the danger coming right at you, bright as headlights in the dark, but you’re the only one seeing it…?”
Video director David Fitt explains: “For the very first time in my work, I feel like I’ve taken a stance regarding a very actual subject. When Death Alley told me that their song was about little made-up truths you convince yourself of, I created this character so obsessed with himself he started building his own delusional reality. Almost instantly this story of a man became linked with men’s behaviour towards women, and how they convince themselves of their own self-righteousness. This story is definitely some kind of Weinstein aftermath in which I attempted to inject a bit of joy and humour because, oh boy, do we need a laugh these times.”
‘Headlights In The Dark’ is available as a digital single on all download and streaming platforms. All physical formats of “Superbia” are also available as of now – use the following link to direct you to selected download and streaming platforms or to order a physical copy of the album: DeathAlley.lnk.to/Superbia
Also check out the previously released video for ‘Murder Your Dreams’: https://youtu.be/AFgf4LmMrSY
DEATH ALLEY raised attention with their debut album “Black Magick Boogieland” in 2015. The band, revolving around former The Devil’s Blood guitarist Oeds Beydals, singer Douwe Truijens, Swedish drummer Uno Bruniusson (ex-In Solitude) and latest addition Sander Bus on bass, mainline an unorthodox cross contamination of psychedelic hard rock and punk, played with excellent precision and power. The spirit of Bad Brains and King Crimson, Hawkwind and Poison Idea, and hints of The Stooges and Black Sabbath-worship form the fundament for DEATH ALLEY’s solid rock and roll presented with metal finesse and a pitch black psychedelic soul cherry on top.