Germany’s rockers “Torpedohead” have released a brand new video for “Red City Lights”, the second promo single of the band’s successful album “Greetings From Heartbreak Key”. The harmonica-flavored “Red City Lights” is a stripped down country-folk acoustic tune that spotlights a different side of Torpedohead. The track was recorded live at home in the kitchen with no overdubs. The Video is directed by Christoph Wick and shot in a barn in the backwoods of the infamous Heartbreak Key.
Watch the new video right here:
Torpedohead’s album “Greetings from Heartbreak Key” was released on October 26th 2012 through Woodhouse Records and since got raving reviews in the press.
Imagine a 70s stadium rock n’ roll tape coming through a trashy 90s pop-punk stereo, digitally remastered today for speeding down the autobahn! Combining a riff oriented sound, melodic supercatchy choruses and some tasty lead guitar work with the contrast to fast and furious punk rock n’ roll while transforming this into their own modern rock sound. The german trio Torpedohead lives the imagination of the New York Dolls and The Clash jamming on Cheap Trick and Kinks tunes, while Nirvana is stiring up the basement.