The track also deals with superstitions and how they seem to be intertwined with people and beliefs – a driving force of how they, the people, handle themselves.
Them Dirty Shrikes are Soné Briel (Vocals), Stiaan du Preez (Guitars), S L Le Roux Minnaar (Bass) and Adriaan Cruywagen (Drums). They all perform their roles in the music video.
The music video for “Trip & Fall” was shot and edited by Tiger & Lilly Productions. The track was recorded, mixed and mastered by Jaco Naude (Audio Culture).
The music video compliments the track. The track has some really kick-ass riffs that completely blow you away from the get go. Soné Briel’s vocals is the cherry on top. It gives the song the edge that it needs. It’s a pity that I still haven’t watch this band live. I guess I need to make a plan.
You can find “Trip & Fall” on the following streaming services: Apple Music, Spotify, Google Play, Deezer & Bandcamp.
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