Premiere: The Silent Deeds indulge in a couple of quiet beverages in the clip for Here We Go

Premiere: The Silent Deeds indulge in a couple of quiet beverages in the clip for Here We Go

The WA four-piece launch the single this Friday at Jack Rabbit Slim's.

Perth four-piece The Silent Deeds are launching their new single, Here We Go, this Friday at Jack Rabbit Slim's, and we're excited to give you a little sneak peek with its new video clip today. The track, recorded at Crank Studios in Northbridge with producer, Lee Buddle, is a bit of an anthem, with an old school, good-old-fashioned rock and roll feel to it. And its video clip follows the band as they dabble in the excess of alcohol and messy late night kebabs that comes with rocking out at shows. "As of the last few months, new songs have been in the works and we've been road-testing a few of them at some of our regional shows receiving a great response from punters. The higher energy sound we are looking to bring in our next few releases is definitely a change to form, but it is a natural progression when playing festivals and regional pubs crowds of punters who just want some rock’n’roll to drink whisky and get rowdy to."

Check it out below, and head to the FACEBOOK EVENT for more info/tickets to their launch show, where they'll be supported by Moonlighter, Cooper & The Catz and Bald Beagle.

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