As the world gazes up at the sky for Jupiter and Saturn to unite in Aquarius, Starbenders have immortalized the Great Conjunction with a live video of their single, ‘Holy Mother‘. The band captured what they do best, playing live while feeding off of one another’s energy. ‘Holy Mother‘ is sonically built upon a Godzilla-sized riff which provides the perfect launchpad for Kimi Shelter‘s signature raven-winged vocals.
Speaking about the music video, Kimi Shelter shared:
“We wanted an opportunity to connect with the people, so we set up some microphones and blasted through a raw performance of ‘Holy Mother’. Our wish is for you to take Starbenders home for the holidays. The band sends all our love to you as we glow into the fifth dimension.”
There really isn’t anyone else out there doing what Starbenders have been since forming in 2014: The intoxicating combination of ’70s glitter and ’80s glam with new wave and new romantic, seduced into this new decade by four thrilling musicians and, in frontwoman Kimi Shelter, one of the most exciting songwriters in contemporary rock & roll.
The band is completed by bassist Aaron Lecesne, guitarist Kriss Tokaji and drummer Emily Moon. The band’s latest album, “Love Potions“, sees Starbenders moving in a more adventurous and slightly experimental direction.