LA based psych-rockers Frankie and the Witch Fingers are back with their brand new single, Cookin’, released October 15th through Greenway Records and The Reverberation Appreciation Society.
A boisterous concoction of 60s psych and heavy rock, Frankie and the Witch Fingers are proving to be a band at the forefront of the current LA psych scene. Shot and directed by Alfredo Lopez, the band describe Cookin‘ as:
“A visceral and violent snapshot of three agents of chaos who gleefully inflict destruction and terror wherever they go. They are personifications of the brutality of nature, the wrath of humanity, and the cruel unpredictability of reality. Havoc incarnate, they weave a path of wanton destruction and utter wastefulness throughout a sweaty, summer day in Los Angeles. The significance of moral values, of good and evil, are entirely human constructs; in nature it’s only kill or be killed – and leave the remains for someone else to clean up. The themes behind this song and video are a rumination on the ways in which we are carelessly laying waste to the resources we were gifted. Nature is relentless, humans are destructive, and everything decays eventually. The planet doesn’t belong to us, we belong to the planet, and she’ll be here long after we’re gone.”
Watch the video here:
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