RedHook – Fake

RedHook are determined to keep the fiery momentum of their colossal 2019 going with the release of their new video for ‘Fake’.

The video for ‘Fake’ serves as a testament to just that. It’s hyperactive, hyper-edited and artificial to the point where you can’t look away. But frontwoman (& Music Feeds’ own word-slinger) Emmy Mack says that was the exact intention behind it.

“In keeping with the whole vibe of the song ‘Fake’, we wanted to create a clip that was visually bonkers, but which also constantly drew attention to itself as a music video, highlighting the artifice of the whole process,” Mack said in a statement.

“We basically just went ham with a green screen, snow machine and pretty much anything else we could get our hands on!”

RedHook will be playing Sydney and Melbourne next month as a part of the massive Download Festival 2020 lineup.

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