Good Day Noir Family,
today I want to focus on one of Roxercat’s tracks titled Crime, also because the band did a psychedelic video for it.
Crime is Roxercat’s Single & Video
You need to watch Crime’s video… it’s a must!
The psychedelic atmosphere of this video is exceptional… you are literally tripping without needing shrooms or acid.
The 70s vibe of the song catapults you back in time. You transform yourself into a hippie with flared pants and a headband in your hair.
Do you want to feel free and feel the universal energy of the universe? Then abandon yourself without asking too many questions to the groove of this tune.
Let yourself be hypnotized by the frames of the video…forget who you are, throw off the mask, and follow your instincts.
This song and this video will open your third eye and show you the most beautiful part of the reality that surrounds us.
An experience that I recommend to everyone to live!
Crime is Roxercat’s Single & Video Out Now!
Following the release of two well-received singles, Roxercat released their six-song EP “Pearls” on Jan 13th. Roxercat is a progressive rock band based in Nashville, Tennessee, led by singer and songwriter Price Jones, guitarist Stan Lassiter, and bassist Bill Francis. Various guest musicians also appear on the recordings. Roxercat’s sound features the imaginative storytelling and stellar musicianship expected from such a seasoned group of Nashville creatives. Recorded at Nashville’s Sound Emporium Studios with overdubs at Cat Tracks Studio, the EP was co-produced by Price Jones and Grammy® award-winning engineer and producer Clarke Schleicher.
Crime is a rocking plea for people to stop giving away their power to systems designed to distract, pacify, and influence – “you drink their whines ’til you’re drunk with rage,” sings Price Jones. It’s a warning to take back control of our minds, beliefs, and thoughts. It’s too easy in a fast-paced, digital world to blindly believe what you may read or hear without question and allow others to dictate who you should love or hate. “You just let them in. You give it all away.”
Price’s gift for storytelling and composition and the band’s polished musicianship come together to provide a very satisfying listening experience. The songs touch on many themes, including life’s challenges in a digital age, love, relationships, the paradigm shifts of life, and living through uncertain times. The title song, Pearls, embodies Price Jones’ worldview as a simple message: no matter the current status of relationships