With the current fluctuations of today’s music business, it’s an open playing field for anyone with talent, but that playing field is FILLED will competition, so bands and musicians need to stay on top of their game, often doing things on their own yet in their own way. SF indie-rock band Milk For The Angry (guitarist/vocalist Dana Lindström, drummer Cole Bailey, bassist Kyle Stringer and guitarist Jackson Langford) is just such a band doing things their own way, and you can see the fire under their talented tushie begin to ignite as they reach for the stars.
Milk For The Angry’s premier video release just hit most formats of social media (Die MTV, DIE!) and they are killing it with that video of their newly released song, “Snake Eyes”. The men in Milk For The Angry are a rambunctious group in general, youthful and filled with energy for their psychedelic-punk music. “Snake Eyes” is a great peek into that energy as the band pounces and bounces their way through the song that speaks the story of bad things going wrong like a pit of snakes, if you will.
But it’s also a ton of work, continues Lindström, “There was lots of preparation for this video, like painting all the eyes on painters drop cloth, rounding up all the lights, having to get an AC unit to combat the intense heat, ordering toy snakes (which “star” in the video) and hand painting them to cover up the original and ugly chartreuse color, digging a hole for the snake on twin peaks, and putting in (snake eye) contacts for my first time ever!”
Hard work and a lot of time and energy aside, Milk For The Angry came out with a super fun video, so you better check it out for yourself!