Suffering from the Monday blues? We’ve got a wicked cure for that.
Vancouver based band The Faceplants have released the music video for their single Devil in a White Dress and we have your exclusive first look right here at Confront!
The song and cinematic conceptual video represents the metaphor for the harmful and destructive feeling of temptation. A battle we all face in our lives. The holy and beautiful church, contrasted with the eerie, haunting presence of ‘The Devil’ paints the picture of the concept beautifully, as the video holds a dark and mysterious tone throughout. The face of ‘The Devil’ is never revealed throughout the duration of the video. She is but a feeling, an aura. This is the directorial debut of lead singer and songwriter Dan Botch who worked alongside producer Andy Hodgson of Red Castle Films.
The almost 5-minute song has a beautifully haunting quality about it that’s rarely found in music these days and reminds me of the love child of The Darkness and Queen. Don’t get me wrong though – The Faceplants hold true to their own unique sound.
Can’t get enough of these guys? The band is currently in production for their debut LP and will be announcing a series of promotional dates across Canada and the US. We can’t wait to hear even more new music!
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