Hotly-tipped London four-piece Red House Glory have revealed the gripping video for new single ‘So Easy’ which premiered on Kerrang yesterday.
The ‘So Easy’ video features a man’s seedy adulterous behaviour replayed in front of his eyes through his grainy TV set. Filmed in immersive black and white, the bleak recording captures Red House Glory in an intense reflection of their darkly intelligent rock.
‘So Easy’ is packed full of raw riffs and chiming guitars and sees Red House Glory bask in a aesthetic that is reminiscent of the grinding beauty of Screaming Trees meeting the effervescent croon of a more chirpy Interpol.
‘So Easy’ is the first song to be taken from the Heart Of Gold EP, which sees the band on a more uplifted sonic tip following from the highly acclaimed release of their debut Living A Lie EP.
Red House Glory celebrated the upcoming release of the Heart Of Gold EP with a triumphant sold out headline Camden Rocks Festival show at The Hawley Arms. It’s another notch on the impressive live trail Red House Glory are blazing, following sold out headline shows at Hoxton Bar & Kitchen and The Barfly. The band will headline the tastemaking ‘This Feeling’ night at the Amersham Arms in London on June 27th, with more shows to be announced shortly.
“If Noel Gallagher ever decided to down-tune his guitar and jam with Brighton riff monsters Royal Blood, the result would probably sound a lot like Red House Glory” – Q
“Proper big rock, done completely right” – Artrocker