Melbourne rockers Electric Mary have unveiled their first-ever music video, and it’s a rip-snorter of a clip their new riff-laden single ‘Woman’, taken from their upcoming fourth album.
The video sees the band unleash their immense power in an open paddock, and despite the size of the space, Electric Mary still seem larger than life. The clip also features some sweet drone footage captured by camera operator Haili Luxa Idak.
“After waiting 10 years to put one of our songs to a film clip, I’m just a tad exhilarated to be working with [production company] Now That’s Dangerous and Haili Luxa Idak,” says frontman Rusty Brown.
“It was a day in the sun and an extra evening for Spyder spent sitting on the side of the road which made this all worthwhile. The song is ‘Woman’, the clip was coloured by Mother Nature and the wheels of rock ‘n’ roll still turn.”
Electric Mary’s upcoming album is tentatively titled Better Days Are Coming, and will be released in March 2018 by Melbourne label Dinner For Wolves. Until then, immerse yourself in the video for ‘Woman’ below.
The band will head out on tour with The Baby Animals later this month. Dates below.
Electric Mary Touring With The Baby Animals 2017
Friday, 10th November
The Triffid, Brisbane
Saturday, 25th November
Max Watt’s, Melbourne
Friday, 1st December
The Factory Theatre, Sydney