Fangclub Release Video For Vulture Culture
Irish rockers Fangclub have dropped a video for the song Vulture Culture.
It’s the title-track from their second album which came out on July 5, and was recorded in total isolation at a studio in Wales.
“We always work best in isolation,” says drummer Dara Coleman of the recording process. “I jokingly went into it saying: ‘I’m willing to lose my mind for this album’. Around day 20, things started getting weird - I started getting paranoid that everyone in the house hated me.”
While vocalist/guitarist Steven King says the atmosphere in the studio was one of “obsession”.
“It’s the craziest thing I’ve ever done,” he explains. “The theme of the album became violent, there’s a lot of violence in the tone of it, towards yourself and other things.”
“We are so proud of this record,” Steven adds. “It’s a culmination of a lot of chaos and inner mental violence which almost capsized the band. Making this record got us through the fog and we have a new lease of life. The energy is real, the chaos makes sense and the violence is fuel for the fire.”
Check out the video below.
Fangclub tour the UK and Europe in the coming months. Get your tickets at Fangclubofficial.com.
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