It's obvious that the guys in Requiem For The Dead are working hard these days. They just released a new EP, played tons of shows, working on full length album and now releasing a new music video.
Frontman Steven Juliano and the boys never disappoints, and i have to say that this video is really cool, it's well made and you can see they spent a lot of time and money on it. The art of Steven Juliano is well portrayed in this video, which i love because he is an amazing skilled artist, not only musically but also artistically.
I think Poison Girl embarks on a colorful journey that resembles both movies Tim burton's "Alice In Wonderland" and the Original cartoon from 1951.
A story that focus on a young girl named Alice who falls down a rabbit hole into a fantasy world populated by peculiar, anthropomorphic creatures.
What i love about this video is that i haven't seen anyone else done such a thing, except for Avril Lavigne's music video "Alice" but that was mostly scenes used from the movie. This version is created from scratch using graphic pictures mixed with live action sequences.
So if you love the story or grew up watching it as a kid you will have no problem enjoying this new interpretation of Lewis Caroll's tale. The song is perfect for the video, and i think old and new fans will totally dig it.
This is another one of those songs that I'll sing super loudly and give a damn about if i kill my neighbours ears.
The video will be available exclusively August 5th on Revolvermag.com