Independent musical collective Sluka debuted the video for its latest single this week.
The video features Sluka and his band mates — Anna Eppink (bass), Natalie Mouzooni (drums), and Alexandra holt (vocals) — performing the single in what comes across as a sort of aboriginal-style setting, complete with fire and face paint.
The musical arrangement featured in the song takes the Dixie Cups’ take on the song (originally crafted by James “Sugar Boy” Crawford and his Cane Cutters) and gives it a whole new, heavier and darker identity. Sluka’s take on the classic tune puts the song into something of a neo-folk rock setting, complete with forceful vocal delivery from Sluka himself and heavy, plodding drums and guitars. It is a unique new presentation on a timeless song.
More information on Sluka’s new single and video is available along with all of the group’s latest news at:
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