Hot on the heels of the video for the song “No Pity on the Highway” and the release of their full-length self-titled album, Radio Exile has a new video ready to go for the song “Soulfire”. Overseen by the same director that worked with the band on their earlier clip, Adam Gendler, “Soulfire” was filmed at Roxy & Dukes, and Ricky Syers Art Works (to capture the vaudeville setting the band was looking for)
Comprised of members Chandler Mogel (Lead and Backing Vocals), Charlie Calv (Piano, Keyboards), Jimmy Leahey (Guitars, Backing Vocals), Kenny Aaronson (Bass), and Dave Anthony (Drums, Percussion, Backing Vocals), the members of Radio Exile have previously worked with the crème de la crème of the rock world – Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, Hall and Oates, Allison Krauss, Billy Idol, John Waite, members of Pink Floyd, Styx, Journey, Van Halen, the Rolling Stones, and Black Sabbath.
Chandler: “With ‘Soulfire,’ we decided to pull from everyone’s imagination. It’s a combination of almost everyone’s input, but running a common Vaudevillian theme. ‘Soulfire’ is a feel-good, straight ahead rocker and it lends itself to going in a lot of directions conceptually, so we wanted to do something different with it.”
Charlie: “It’s a typical love story, maybe with a little twist. Boy meets girl, boy gets heart ripped out, and then they live happily ever after. All done with an interesting cast of live entertainers, and not so live entertainers. Oh, and wait until you see the killer band!”
Soon, the “Soulfire” video will help spread the word further about this great new band, which has already received coverage and/or rave reviews by the likes of BraveWords (Canada), Classic Rock Revisited (US), Rocktopia (UK), and MelodicRock (Australia).
‘Radio Exile‘ Tracklisting:
High Road, High Price
No Pity on the Highway
Feels Like Home
Higher Than the Sun
Down In a Hole
A Cross on Stone
Road to Exile