Grizfolk release music video for latest cut ‘Hurricane’


Los Angeles alternative rock giants Grizfolk return with their fourth single this year by publishing a music video.

The quartet, consisting of Adam Roth, Sebastian Fritze, Fredrik Eriksson, and Bill Delia, bring you ‘Hurricane’ taken from their sophomore album.

The band announced that their second full length album, “Rarest of Birds” back in April which is set for release in two and a half week’s time via Nettwerk Records on July 19.

Of the album, the band says, “Listening to Rarest of Birds should feel a bit like looking through a kaleidoscope of fleeting moments…a glimpse into our yearning for truth and answers within and without.

“Written in some of the darkest times, it was a vehicle out of addiction and depression. It was a one-way ticket out of a personal hell, purchased by the heart and paid for with love, light, and dedication.”

Showcasing their penchant for delivering electronic-tinged folk rock, first two tracks of the year, ‘Spoonful’ and ‘Heavy Crown’, continued the band’s musical evolution, incorporating more upright piano and guitar, and less synths.

‘Hurricane’ moves away from some of the electronic elements present and focuses on more organic instrumentation. With jangly pianos to create an upbeat track that is sneakily about the tough subject of fighting for what’s right in today’s complicated world.

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