Indie dance/digital rock group, Princess Goes To The Butterfly Museum, debuted their newest music video for “Vicious”, a observe featured on their debut self-titled EP, this previous Wednesday, Might 6. In line with a press launch, “Michael C. Corridor (Hedwig and the Offended Inch, Lazarus), Peter Yanowitz (The Wallflowers, Morningwood) and Matt Katz-Bohen’s (Blondie, Cyndi Lauper) avant-indie trio Princess Goes To The Butterfly Museum launched their anticipated, self-titled debut EP on April 2, with heaps extra music to return.”
Princess Goes To The Butterfly Museum’s lineup is as spectacular as it’s uniformly eclectic. Frontman and actor Corridor (vocals), of HBO’s Six Ft Beneath and Showtime’s Dexter fame, Yanowitz (drums/backing vocals) former bass participant of other rock group Morningwood in addition to unique drummer of The Wallflowers and Katz-Bohen (keyboards and guitars). Katz-Bohen, who performed accompaniment for well-known acts similar to Boy George, Blondie and Cyndi Lauper, spoke with mxdwn of how the band shaped saying, “There was a present on Broadway in New York known as Hedwig and The Offended Inch. We have been all concerned within the Broadway present in New York and that’s form of how all of us linked.”
The music video for “Vicious” regarding the ongoing COVID-19 world pandemic, in line with a press launch, “It was shot on the NYC subway proper at the beginning shut down.” As beforehand reported on Alt-Press, “It was filmed days earlier than New York imposed stay-at-home orders in response to the pandemic. Michael C. Corridor, Yanowitz and Katz-Bohen are frolicking on the subway like nothing’s unsuitable.” Yanowitz spoke to this when he furthered that “We shot the video on March 5 with director Samantha Scaffidi, who did our final video for ‘Come Speak To Me.’ On March 5, no one knew what was coming. The concept of lockdown and social distancing wasn’t even a thought, and no one was in a masks. In fact, on March 13, every thing modified in New York Metropolis…”
The digital synth bass heavy “Vicious” may be very very similar to its accompanied music video in that it embraces its avant-garde nature. Its kinetic power is bolstered by the three members of Princess Goes To The Butterfly Museum showcasing their adventures whereas commuting in on a regular basis New York trend by public transit, the subway. It makes for a enjoyable and nostalgic take a look at New York’s hectic, but vibrant scene within the on a regular basis hustle and bustle.
To hearken to Princess Goes To The Butterfly Museum’s “Vicious” stream beneath, through YouTube.
— to music.mxdwn.com