Oh Maddie want to strip music down to its bare essentials.
Helter skelter drums? Check. Lurid, blues-driven riffs? Check. Screaming, soaring, hypnotic vocals? Check.
The duo have a rare electricity to their music, an impassioned, nothing-left-behind approach which pushes the needle firmly to the red.
The pair's new single is something of a mission statement - self-titled, it's about “doubting yourself and everything that’s good; doubting whether anything is even worth fighting, striving or bleeding for.”
With a show at London's St Pancras Old Church incoming on May 10th, Oh Maddie are ready to show off their first ever music video.
It's pretty damn special, too, with director Lulu Senft conjuring some entrancing scenes. The band's Benjamin Rowntree comments...
"This is our first video and we knew we wanted something special. We’d seen some of Lulu Senft’s work and just loved what she does and how she does it. We had a few chats about what it could be, but really we just let her do whatever she wanted. We’re so happy with the result- it complements the track amazingly well. It’s like Wallace and Gromit having a panic attack.”
Tune in now.
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