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HECK (fka Baby Godzilla) unveil disorientating video for new single ‘The Breakers’, out Oct 30th + UK tour to follow‏

October 19, 2015
Jennifer McCord

Jennifer McCord

HECK RELEASE NEW VIDEO FOR ‘THE BREAKERS’
WITH BBC WILDLIFE CAMERA CREW, A NUCLEAR LIGHTING RIG AND MOTORISED ROBOT BUGGY CAMERA!
NEW SINGLE RELEASED ON OCT 30th – UK TOUR DATES OCT/NOVEMBER!

No messing, Heck have released their first video under their new name since leaving Baby Godzilla in rock’s history books for The Breakers, and it’s savage.

Hear it straight from front man Matt Reynolds:

When someone pitches a “performance video” in the HECK video think tank, they are generally met with stony faces and rolled eyes. Music videos are a chance to show more creativity visually. Straight up performance generally say fuck all except “this is what we look like playing our song” which, you know, is great and all, but is worth about 10 seconds of your YouTube time before going back to watching compilations of people braining themselves whilst trying to surf an ironing board down a main road.

So basically, if we’re going to pitch a performance based video to the group it had BETTER be good. This time we somehow ended up with a BBC wildlife camera crew, a nuclear lighting rig and a motorised robot buggy camera thing that came from the future; much to us all sporting the inimitable HECK “how the fuck did we get here” bewilderment.

Our end product was something that mimicked the absolute abhorrence of what is probably our nastiest, most pugnacious song to date. The music is a punch in the face and the video is the spinning headache that follows.”

Heck’s new single ‘The Breakers’ is released October 30th via NPAG Industries now available to pre-order on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/TheBreakers-Single

Catch the band live at the following dates. Tickets available fromwww.abandcalledheck.com

October

31st                         Bristol                                   Exchange

November

1st                           Bournemouth                   The Anvil
2nd                          Plymouth                         The Junction
3rd                           Cardiff                              The Globe
4th                           Stoke                               Underground
5th                           Glasgow                           Audio
6th                           Carlisle                             The Brickyard
7th                           Huddersfield                      The Parish
8th                           Leeds                                Key Club
10th                         Birmingham                        Cellar
11th                         St Albans                            The Horn
12th                         Derby                                 The Venue
13th                         Leicester                             Soundhouse
14th                         Burnley                                Sanctuary Rock Bar
28th                      London  Dr. Martens’ Stand For Something Tour, The Black Heart, w/ Bury Tomorrow

Heck are:

Matt Reynolds – Vocals/Guitar
Jonny Hall – Vocals /Guitar
Paul Shelley – Bass/Vocals
Tom Marsh – Drums

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