ARTISTdirect.com Exclusive Video Premiere: The Upsidedown, "God's Bare Hands"
Tue, 07 Sep 2010 07:10:06
The Upsidedown Videos
ARTISTdirect.com is proud to exclusively premiere the video for "God's Bare Hands," a new song from the hip and cool, Pacific Northwest-based, psychedelic/indie rock act, The Upsidedown. It's a three-minute clip that help you relax and chill in the middle of your day and the video features the six-member band playing live to a crowd with some mind-bending visuals occurring in the background. The video has a '70s rock look, but the band's indie sound remains firmly in tact. The band also hails from Portland, which has always been an artsy colony exporting some impressive rock music, The Upsidedown included, of course. It's a chill experience, and the song is mellow and mind-melding; it's like the audio visual equivalent of taking a hit of acid, sans any negative side effects.
Some things you should notice in the video: super cute female bassist Tristan Evans even plays with a pick (!!!) and the guitarist launches into some Pete Townsend-influenced windmills. Aw yeah!
Another cool fact about The Upsidedown? The band's song "Wolf Blood Honey" was used on an episode of True Blood last year.
Check out the band's album, The Town With Bad Wiring, which is home to "God's Bare Hands," which was released by Reverb.
Here's the video!
What did you think of the video? Did you dig it? Did it transport you to another place?