We’re due to film a few music videos for the Industry of Lives EP, in February.
But until then, this will have to do!
I’m working on a few ideas for different music videos but for now, here’s a little homemade job I knocked together for Elora.
It’s a track I wrote for her, called ‘My favourite summer’.
If you like it, you can grab it here – https://garethicke.bandcamp.com/album/industry-of-lives
Finally, here is the video for my new track, Campfire. It’s a bit different from my usual sound and I know that might not be to everyone’s taste. I’m not trying to reinvent myself like Cher or anything, it’s just a natural change that came in the studio.
Me and my pal Steve (the one I’m bullying in the video) took a drive up to Glasgow to record with my pal Jono. There was zero preproduction. We had a basic acoustic track that I had written and toured a little bit around Europe, but that was it.
We sat up eating Italian food and drinking whisky, and this is what we got. I hope you like it.
It’s available at all the usual culprits, but best of all is my Bandcamp page. They rob less off me!
Last weekend me and my man Steve, travelled to the Isle of Wight to produce a music video for ‘Campfire’.
The weather was pretty grim but we had a fun time, and hopefully that will come across in the footage.
Brothers David and Darren Greenham are now doing all the hard work in post production.
Should be ready by the end of May. 🙂 x
As I mentioned before, I have reformed my old punk band, Kody. Turlough, Steve, Tim and Myself have been working on a couple of new tracks, 13 years since we last played together.
We have the masters back from Nada Mastering in New York. We love them.
We are heading down South to film a pair of music videos for the tracks in two weeks.
‘What this is, is what we give’ and ‘Loves giving it, hates taking it’ will then be released across the usual digital culprits, iTunes, Amazon, Spotify etc.
Can’t wait for you to hear them.
Hopefully after 13+ years apart, we will get together for a couple of shows aswell, near the end of the year.
Here is a wee video for the track ‘Take it off’. Hope you enjoy. x
The Mrs and her trusty iPhone managed to capture a couple of videos from my show with Ian McNabb, at the Liverpool Lomax.
They are rough but hopefully you will enjoy.