We’re excited to be teaming up with Los Angeles-based rock band, We’re No Gentlemen to exclusively bring the premiere of their new music video for “Home.”
The track appears on their 2018 release, This Is Home, and emphasizes the importance of continuing to hold onto things, despite how fast things may be moving around you. All of this is delivered through an incredibly sounding brand of alternative-rock that We’re No Gentlemen have crafted for themselves, letting their influences of PVRIS, Bring Me the Horizon, and Halestorm — amongst others — shine through and come together.
The music video for “Home” uses pieces from neon artist Lisa Schulte’s gallery in an effort to freeze a dark, enticing atmosphere that allows the bad to explore the raw emotion behind “Home.” Culminated with frontwoman Amanda Gabel’s vocal delivery, you get a song and video that is honest, mesmerizing, and energizing all in one.
“We shot the music video for ‘Home’ in January of this year in Los Angeles with director Henry Arres. The set designer, Jason Howard, was able to use pieces from famed neon artist Lisa Schulte’s gallery to create a dark, but enticing atmosphere. Since there’s so many songs called ‘Home’ and we didn’t want a cliche video tied to the concept, we wanted something simplistic and visually stunning,” We’re No Gentlemen tells Substream.
As previously mentioned, “Home” comes off their latest EP which was dropped last year, and serves as a bridge to help fill the gap between that release and their newest EP, which is expected to drop this spring.