Independent rock band Ratchet Dolls debuted the video for its latest single last week.
The band debuted the lyric video for its new single ‘Parasite!‘ Thursday. The song presents an upbeat musical arrangement whose heart is in its guitar work. That work will appeal to fans of 80s hair metal from the likes of Poison and Motley Crue.
While the song’s driving musical arrangement will appeal to a very targeted audience base, its all-too-familiar lyrical content will connect with an even broader range of listeners.
Front man Kevin Sauceda explained the song’s lyrical theme in a recent interview.
“Although the song has a very uplifting feel, the lyrics themselves are rather dark,” he said. “Parasite!’ speaks to us from the perspective of a person whose mental health has deteriorated from trying to meet the standards of a non-committed partner. One-sided relationships can lead to vulnerability…my goal is to try to help prevent others from having to walk that road; even if its just one person.”
‘Parasite!’ is the second single from Ratchet Dolls’ upcoming as-yet untitled sophomore album. The video for the album’s lead single ‘Out Of Control‘ was unveiled in September 2019. Upon its release, ‘Out Of Control’ gained traction through major outlets, such as Loudwire’s “Weekly Wire Playlist” and KNAC Pure Rock.
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