Independent country rock band Johnny Nocash and the Celtic Outlaws debuted the video for its latest single this wee.
The band debuted the video for its new single ‘Burned Alive’ Tuesday through The Pit. The video features Nocash and his band mates in two settings, walking along a dusty road and then enjoying some cold drinks and good music around a campfire. The simple approach ensures viewers’ engagement and entertainment.
The musical arrangement featured in the band’s new single is of its own interest as it is a stark contrast to the band’s most recent single, ‘The Hex.’ That song does have heavy moments throughout, but its verses are noticeably more reserved, incorporating more of a Celtic rock sound than country rock. ‘Burned Alive’ features a distinctly more gritty, heavy sound whose overall stylistic approach and sound will appeal to fans of similar acts, such as Corrosion of Conformity, Texas Hippie Coalition, and Pantera.
The song’s lyrical content matches its musical arrangement, simply focusing on life on the road and performing live, thus the imagery used in the video.
Nocash said in a prepared statement, he hopes that audiences will appreciate the song.
“Our new single ‘Burned Alive; is a combination of the time we’ve spent on the road mixed with all of us coming together as a unit, a brotherhood if you will, to create something that moves people,” he said. “We feel that this will not only be received well from our fans now but will pull outside audiences in for a closer listen to what we have to say.”
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