Pagan have shared a video for Silver, a track from their recently released debut album.
The Melbourne-based blackened rock ‘n’ roll quartet put out ‘Black Wash’ last week in the UK and Europe via Hassle Records. Discussing the track and its accompanying visual, the band said:
“Silver is a story of toxic love; of two people who serve as each other’s biggest demons. It’s a tale of trying to salvage some sort of happiness with the person who brings out the worst in you, even though you know you also bring out the worst in them. The tragedy plays out over a very Pagan take on a straight-up pop soundtrack, with a subtle tip of the hat to the classic guitar rock of the 1970s.
“The video for Silver was filmed and directed by our very clever friend, Aidan McDonald on a beautiful property owned by the family of another dear friend, Emma McEvoy, called Tanglewood Estate. This is the first look inside the Church of Black Wash and captures the pure, ritualistic energy that possesses us every single time the four of us make noise together.”
Pagan will embark on their first headlining tour of Australia next month, with stops lined up in Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Hobart and Sydney. Tickets are on sale now.
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