Melbourne Hard Rock Heroes, Head of Clay are delivering old school, hard hitting rock and smashing out a positive message of freedom with their brand new single; ‘Dirty Lies‘.
Upholding their reputation for well crafted, super catchy hard rock classics and lyrics examining current social issues; ‘Dirty Lies‘ doesn’t disappoint. Combing gutsy vocals and frantic lead guitar interludes backed by an heavy upbeat rhythm section; the track drives home the “Rock n Roll destruction of protocols” sentiment.
It’s a mover and shaker, reminiscent of the late 80s – 90s heyday of Aussie pub rock but with a distinctively modern edge.
Bassist Walter Zamuner on the single, “A lie is a scandalous tool that can be used to impact a person’s ability to rationalise a situation on its merits. We can unknowingly be lied to by many people in the sphere of our life, most have little impact and no lasting ramifications but some can be more destructive.” “The song is essentially about breaking away from lies, cancel divisions and government tyranny to be free and learn how to have fun with each other again.”
Accompanying ‘Dirty Lies‘ is the new animated video which features footage of The Melbourne Freedom Marches. Remainder of the video was filmed at the Head of Clay home studio as Melbourne (the worlds most locked down city) is still currently subject to harsh restrictions.
‘Dirty Lies‘ releases independently October 22 and will be available online everywhere.
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