Sorority Noise Releases Green Music Video for “Nolsey”
Sorority Noise, a punk/alternative rock band from Hartford, CT, have a lot of fun with green screen technology on their new music video for their song “Nolsey”. The song is off their second full length album, Joy, Departed, which was released in June 2015.
The video begins with the band members entering the scene wearing green morph suits and picking up their instruments in front of a green screen. This is where the fun begins. Before you know it, members of Sorority Noise randomly pop up all over the screen, along with floating heads, body parts, and other insanities. At one point, the drummer briefly plays on the beach in the absence of the rest of the band. My personal favorite aspect is the floating head snakes as the vocalists sing leading up into a sweet, heavy instrumental part. To summarize, absurdity breaks out while the band jams to one of their more rock-heavy songs. What’s not to love?
On a side note, Sorority Noise released a new four-song EP called It Kindly Stopped for Me on April 22. The songs address topics such as dealing with depression and loss. The band also played Modern Baseball’s record release show for Holy Ghost in Asbury Park, NJ on May 13.
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