Hard rock four-piece Like A Storm release their new music video for “Complicated (Stitches & Scars)” today via Century Media/RED MUSIC. The music video was shot by Ron Thunderwood and edited by Sam Shapiro.
The video begins with latex-clothed humans mimicking bastardized arachnids. Quick cuts and a massive amount of effect layers propel the visuals. The storyline seems vague yet the music is pronounced and energetic. Think Polaris meets The Amity Affliction.
Watch the video for “Complicated” below:
Hailing from Auckland, New Zealand, Like A Storm is the most successful New Zealand rock band in US radio history. First gaining notoriety for incorporating the Didgeridoo into their breakout track, “Love The Way You Hate Me,”, the band’s last 6 singles “Love the Way You Hate Me,” “Wish You Hell,” “Become The Enemy,” “Break Free,” “Pure Evil,” and “The Devil Inside” have all charted at US Active Rock Top 40.
The album was produced by Like A Storm’s very own Chris Brooks, Matt Brooks, and Kent Brooks and is available for purchase and on all streaming devices HERE.
The New Zealand rockers are currently on the road headlining the 2019 Sirius XM Octane Accelerator Headline Tour. Royal Tusk and Afterlife are joining the band on the US tour, which is hitting major cities like New York, Chicago, Dallas, Baltimore, and more. For more information on the remaining tour dates and to purchase tickets, visit the band’s website HERE.