The video for Glory Days is made in memoriam of the 306 British and Commonwealth soldiers shot for desertion during the Great War. Some of these men were blameless due to severe psychological trauma, not cowardice, that rendered them physically unable to cope with the horrific scenes they had witnessed. The video was directed by Roger Sargent and features a cameo appearance by Baxter Dury as ‘The General’.
The vision is a very intriguing watch that you will not be able to look away easily, plus the track has vibes of psychedelic goodness that are pleasing to the ears and easing on the mind.
The band recorded their debut album, Let It Reign, with Joby J Ford (of The Bronx and Mariachi El Bronx) in LA, and it features guest musicians such as Beastie Boys percussionist Alfredo Ortiz.
Let It Reign is out Feb 13 on Cooking Vinyl Australia
WATCH/LISTEN to new track below !