Sandrider share latest single along with music video
Official press release:
Seattle loud rock trio Sandrider is pleased to unveil a video for "Enveletration," the title track of their latest full-length.
Recorded at Litho Studios in Seattle by Matt Bayles (Soundgarden, Mastodon, Botch), Enveletration proves that Sandrider's adrenaline-charged fun and unconquerable spirit is yet again a sonic refuge where you're temporarily invincible. Across its ten tracks, the record captures the utter relief Sandrider – guitarist/vocalist Jon Weisnewski (Akimbo, Nuclear Dudes), bassist Jesse Roberts (The Ruby Doe, Kid Congo Powers, Old Iron), and drummer Nat Damm (Akimbo, Head Like A Kite, Automaton, Tight Bros From Way Back When) - felt when returning to the practice space for the first time after a year of early-pandemic isolation and anxiety. The experience of waking their stacks of amplifiers from their dormancy, feeling the drums rattle their chests and the bass vibrate through the floor, and reveling in the indescribably euphoric return to writing music together in person is palpable. The end result is a nod to Seattle heavy-rock forefathers Soundgarden with their "break my rusty cage and run" attitude, mixed with the unrelenting, stage dive-off-the-bar energy of Refused and noisy noodling of Hot Snakes.
The band shared the following:
'Enveletration' is our first ever self-made video (live footage by J Donovan Malley). It involves a lot of fire, explosions, skeletons, electricity, and fog. Viewers might be shocked to know that the fire and explosions are actually special effects and not real, nor did we blow up the Earth. The subject matter doesn't really match the lyrics, and both Jon and Jesse are greatly relieved they remembered the words to the song and that their mouths lined up with the recorded vocals. We hope you enjoy it and thank you very much for watching.