Violent Soho Release One-Shot Clip For “Viceroy”
They may not be dressing up as old folks and flirting with the members of Bardon Bowls Club, but beloved Aussie garage rockers Violent Soho are back with a video for their most recent single, “Viceroy”.
The second track to be taken from the band’s upcoming album, WACO, “Viceroy” is a one-shot masterpiece and peak Soho: Michael Richards is up the back smashing the drums with wooden spoons, James Tidswell is breathing deep from his Volcano vape bag… It’s everything we’ve come to know and love about the band encapsulated in a neat three minutes.
Directed by Dan Graetz, the clip shows the Soho boys playing live in front of a green screen (not for any great special effects, mind – it’s literally just a green screen) with bassist Luke Henery snapping Polaroids of frontman Luke Boerdam while Tidswell shreds in his pyjama pants.
Following the band’s recent Laneway Festival appearances (and with the release of WACO just around the corner) we’ve got our fingers crossed that the guys announce a headline tour soon. Their “Like Soda” single launch absolutely went off.
Watch Violent Soho’s one-shot clip for “Viceroy” below.