SELFISH THINGS RELEASE NEW VIDEO FOR ‘BLOOD‘ FT ANDY LEO FROM CROWN THE EMPIRE
DEBUT ALBUM LOGOS OUT 20TH SEPTEMBER VIA PURE NOISE RECORDS
Selfish Things have released a brand new video for track ‘Blood‘ featuring Andy Leofrom Crown The Empire. The track is taken of their highly-anticipated debut album which will be released 20th September via Pure Noise Records.
Watch ‘Blood‘ here or by clicking the image below.
On the track, frontman Alex Biro shares “My grandma was dying. She had a white blood cell count of 40 000 which is (if my memory serves me correctly) 10 times what it should be for a normal person. WZRD BLD and one of our friends KJ had the chorus pretty much set in stone, and the band and I took it from there. Definitely one of my favourite songs on the album, although birthed from a difficult moment in my life.”
The accompanying music video, directed by Miguel Barbosa, shows a visual representation of what Biro felt during that time. “Miguel and I work pretty seamlessly together. He gives me space to creative direct all of our videos and really brings my ideas to life alongside Ryan Glover, our cinematographer. Conceptually, I wanted to do something that represented both the madness and desperation of death and illness. I hope that was accomplished.” Fans can stream the new music video today at https://smarturl.it/sflogos.
Selfish Things debut full-length, Logos is a collection of 11 tracks that dive right into the psyche of frontman Alex Biro. “I want people to know that there is strength in your faults. It’s just as important to suffer as it is to find moments of joy and happiness. Darkness and light need one another” shares Biro on the upcoming album.
Logos Track Listing
Blood (ft. Andy Leo of Crown The Empire)
Torn (ft. Spencer Chamberlain)
Drained (ft. William Ryan Key)
The Toronto, Ontario four-piece, consisting of Alex Biro (Vocals/Guitar/Piano), Mike Ticar (Lead Guitar/Vocals), Cam Snooks (Rhythm Guitar) and Jordan Trask (drums),bring unabashedly honest music to a world fuelled by false promises and pretences.
While taking their name from Jimmy Eat World’s “23”, with unmatched determination Selfish Things prove they are neither selfish nor self-serving. Having spent years cultivating and nurturing his raw, natural talent, dedication to musicianship and songwriting, Biro founded Selfish Things. All of this, in the hope of shedding light on one simple, yet oftentimes overlooked, concept — honesty.