Bitch Falcon have returned with a brand new video for their track ‘Clutch’.
This is the first release from the Dublin trio in almost a year after their ‘TMJ’. Recorded in Orphan Studios and Asylum Studios/ Bow Lane over two days, mixed by Robin Ball, who has previously worked with ‘Wolfstooth’ and mastered by Fergal Davis.
If you thought Bitch Falcon, made up of Lizzie, Naomi and Nigel were powerful before. Think again.
The director Spiceburger revealed notes on the making and idea of the video.
‘For this, we always knew we wanted to do something performance based. Even though we’d never done anything like this before we felt Lizzie’s stage presence was just too powerful not to take full advantage of.
From here we met with the band, chatted about some of the meaning and inspiration behind the song as well as 90’s music videos that had an early impact on them. We developed an idea based around two opposing forces. The first represents a kind of external pressure with various images that give a sense of suffocation and constriction; of pushing and breaking through a bond.
We then mixed this with a second thread that communicated a kind of internal energy. A visual representation of that internal rage. In this world, Lizzie was able to move without resistance, just pure, uninhibited energy. As the video progresses these two things push and pull against one another more and more to give what we hope is a spin on a traditional performance piece that’s a little abstract and a little visceral.’
The trio are set to headline The Workman’s Club this month on Saturday the 25th with support from Akora, check out more info here.