London based alternative rock band Deep Cut's new single, 'Something's Got to Give' will be released on August 8th. It is taken from their upcoming second album, 'Disorientation', which will be released on September 5th, via Club AC30 Records.
The video was directed and edited by Shoaib Patel and shows the band performing on a big stage, each member in their own individual spotlight, with the rest of the stage in darkness. The simple nature of the video makes sure to place emphasis on the music and the vocals, instead of any colourful distractions.
Deep Cut features former singer and guitarist for the 90's alternative rock band 'Revolver' Mat Flint, as well as his wife, Emma Bailey (vocals); Mat's brother, Simon Flint (bass guitar); Ian Button (drums) and Pad Bailey (guitar). As well as performing in Revolver, Mat also performed in the electronic rock band 'Death in Vegas' with Ian Button, playing bass and guitar respectively.
Deep Cut's debut album, 'My Thoughts Light Fires', was released in 2009 and was successful in Japan. While they are not touring at the moment, Deep Cut performed at this year's Glastonbury Festival, on the 'BBC Introducing...' stage.
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