Kingston, New York-based band The Grape and The Grain are back with a new video for “Holy Rollin'” – a kaleidoscope full of blues rock and grainy nostalgia.
The video for “Holy Rollin'” was directed and edited by the band’s drummer Steven Markota, who explained, “We set up a green screen in our practice pace and filmed everyone’s individual performance a few times, loaded the files into the computer, and started poking around at ideas. I love all the Old Grey Whistle Test and the old Rockpalast videos and you always see some bootleg green screen effects. That was my inspiration for ‘Holy Rollin”. No Storyline, no gimmick, just rock ‘n’ roll!”
See the video for “Holy Rollin'” here.
“Holy Rollin'” is the title track off The Grape and The Grain’s latest full-length album, which was released by Boneshaker Records in October 2016.
Upcoming The Grape and The Grain shows:
08.19.2017 – BSP Kingston – Kingston, NY (Facebook RSVP)
08.26.2017 – Mazzstock Music Fesival – Marlboro, NY (Facebook RSVP)
Find more on The Grape and The Grain (@grapegrainmusic) at thegrapeandthegrain.bandcamp.com