Darren Stein, director of the 90’s traditional Jawbreaker that starred Rose McGowan and Rebecca Gayheart, will get behind the digicam for a horror-themed Halloweentime music video from The Hang-out, which incorporates a visitor cameo by Vander Von Odd, the season one winner of The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula.
The third single from the band’s forthcoming Social Intercourse transmission, “Twisted Dream” just isn’t a metaphor, it’s a dwelling, respiration being, defined the press launch.
Written by vocalist Anastasia Grace, she vividly remembers its inception, “It’s an actual dream about a fleeting relationship I had my freshman year of high school. I just couldn’t get this dream out of my head. My grandfather has a beach house not far from where I live and for a while I was going over there to be by myself and write. And I kept thinking about this dream. It was probably just an anxiety dream about being 15 and trying to figure out what I wanted but it was kind of gory and disturbing, so of course I immediately thought to make it into a song.”
“On the manufacturing altar was sonic shapeshifter Matt Good, recognized for crafting densely layered soundscapes for the likes of Asking Alexandria, Hollywood Undead, and Sleeping with Sirens.
“On “Twisted”, the immersive manufacturing gives an elliptical tether to the vocal, elevating the nocturnal journey with a fascinating melody hovering in-between the seams.
“For the companion visual, the band linked with acclaimed film director Darren Stein for a step into the ethereal void of phantasmagoric neo-noir, threading allusions from the 1955 classic Dementia (Daughter of Horror) to Clive Barker’s Pinhead to the eternal psychological stylings of modern masterworks, Blue Velvet and Memento.”
The only is offered now through ONErpm. Watch the horror unfold beneath: