Comedic rock act Sons of Butcher is doing its part to entertain audiences while they pass their time during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The trio debuted the video for its new single ‘Quaranteen‘ Saturday. The song is the third single from the band’s new EP Lockdown in Steeltown. The record also produced the singles ‘Speaking Moistly‘ and ‘Lockdown Phase One.’
1. Lockdown Phase One (1:35)
2. Quaranteen (1:10)
3. Fuckin’ Confused (1:11)
4. Speaking Moistly (2:18)
5. Lockdown in Steeltown (3:35)
EP Length: 9:51
video pokes fun at government orders worldwide for people to stay indoors. Front man/guitarist Ricky Butcher stars in the video, in which he pokes fun at the orders which try to play on people’s guilt “to save others.”
The song itself lasts less than 90 seconds (one minute, 24 seconds to be exact). Its musical arrangement boasts a catchy classic rock influence that will appeal to fans of the noted genre.
Butcher talked about the brief song’s lyrical theme in a recent interview.
“It’s summer in Steeltown, but a quarantine order has changed all of Ricky Butcher’s plans,” he said. “This was the first song written for the Lockdown In Steeltown EP. It was four days into the quarantine in March, during Earth Hour, I wrote this song on an acoustic by candlelight as a joke. I recorded it the next day and showed the boys. Little did I know this one song would spark the creation of an entire Sons of Butcher EP!”
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