The cheapest rock movie ever made since Spinal Tap dwarfed Stonehenge. Made on the staggering budget of £50, which the lead artist won in a bet over whether or not an angry llama could be calmed with the use of soft rock.
Production values and jokes aside, what really standouts out of this video is the music. The catchy instrumentals and hypnotic vocals will be sure to ear worm you throughout the day.
At the time of publishing "I dream of you" has 31k+ views on YouTube, and I'm hoping you'll soon be adding your number to the count.
For those of you who aren't yet familiar with Velvet Razor here's a brief history for you.
Born from a government cold war experiment to create new rock gods by using DNA collected from the back of Mick Jagger's car, splicing the essence of British & American rock, in the styles of Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, The Cult and The Doors, but with the energy of bands like the Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Guns N’ Roses and Muse, a chimera of rock was created.
Held in a secret military base known as Area 69, they diligently practicing their music, and finally escape confinement through the use of a rock power ballad which shattered the concrete walls of their gulag.
Since 2003 Velvet Razor has wowed audiences around London, the South-East, and rocked audiences on the festival circuit. Their blood, sweat (whiskey) and tears in the recording studio have earned them 10,000+ strong worldwide following on social media.
“Stonehenge Welcomes careful drivers” is their latest release and is available worldwide on amazon, iTunes, and other reputable music stores.
Listen to Velvet Razor on Spotify