See the new video VHS style of "The Road" by The Burning Hell.
Filmed on tour. Edited on tour. About tour...
The band about the video:
"We filmed this video on our only day off on the European leg of the Public Library release tour. Then we edited it in the van. Then we dumped it down to VHS and set our sound engineer's VCR on fire. But we put the fire out. Now here's the video!
It was inspired by every "rocking out on a mountain with unplugged guitars" ever produced in the 1990s. The song is the true story of the Yorkshire mechanic who saved our tour in 2015 by lending us a Fiat Panda and driving our gear to Scotland. If you ever meet a mechanic named Stevie at Scotch Corner Services, say "hi" from us."
"The band was as blue as the melted Joni Mitchell cassette
On the dash of the van they had nicknamed regret
Touring round the United Kingdom
Selling compact discs to the people of England
And Wales and Scotland, oh it’s hard to be a rock band these days..."
Their European spring tour just ended.
Read a live review of their sold out London Oslo Hackney concert at theartsdesk , or at the musicxfix about a cozy matinee show in Salford/Manchester, set up short-termed as the evening show sold out early.
In June The Burning Hell tour the West of Canada. See the dates here or at Canadian magazin Exclaim! who premiere the video and have some info about it.
Mathias Kom telling the story behind the song for The East magazine