Independent rock band Feudale debuts the video for its latest single over the weekend.
The band debuted the video for its new single ‘It’s Alright’ Friday. The video features the band members — Bryan Feudale (guitar, vocals), David Feudale (bass, vocals), and Michael Feudale (drums) — as a group of stick figures, performing their stage on an animated stage setting. There is also imagery, such as sunflowers, an open road, and poker cards incorporated into the video as the song plays over.
The imagery used in the video is meant to help illustrate the song’s message about making the best of whatever life hands us, thus the sunflowers, and the poker cards, which themselves represent the uncertainty in life. The sunflowers and open road are meant to help remind people that things can be good despite that uncertainty.
The band expanded on the optimistic lyrical them in the song through a prepared statement.
In these trying times “It’s Alright” is a rock & roll anthem of the era! Through all of the ups and down, we wanted to send a message to the world that whatever life is throwing your way – in the end – IT’S ALRIGHT! Stay safe & well!” We hope everyone enjoys our new song!
The musical arrangement featured in Feudale’s new single presents a blues-based classic/garage rock sort of hybrid approach to the songwriting. The result of the noted sounds combined is an infectious composition that will appeal widely to listeners.
Feudale’s new single comes approximately 10 months after the band debuted its then latest single, ‘Teenager’ and its lyric video.
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