Slow Chase – You’ll Never See Me
An automotive revenge killing? At the will of voodoo high priestess? It’s all in a day’s work for Melbourne two-piece, Slow Chase.
The first cut from the band’s upcoming The Blind Spot EP, You’ll Never See Me, is a boots on, riff-driven stomp, dripping with venom and vitriol – all in the nicest possible way of course. And now it has a film clip to match.
Shot in Eden Park, Victoria and executed by director Rhett Dashwood (The Living End) and cinematographer Jody Muston (Little Red), the film clip for You’ll Never See Me transposes the swaggering menace of its soundtrack to a tee.