The Horrible Crowes have had a wild couple of weeks: the band played 2 sold out shows in LA and NYC, their first album “Elsie” debuted at #48 on the Billboard top 200 charts and their single “Behold The Hurricane” has been in heavy rotation at radio stations around the country. These are all pretty amazing accomplishments for a project that came about from 2 great friends simply getting together after a long day of work, having some Coca-Cola, and sharing a passion for the darker side of music.
To top it all off, the band is presenting a new and very a unique for a music video. Rather than making a traditional narrative intertwined with performance footage the band is presenting a dark, gripping short film for their first single “Behold The Hurricane,” which premiered the other day at Spinner.com. Fallon explains the video by saying; “this song tells a pretty sad story, I didn’t feel right about having two guys wailing away on guitars to tell it. The best guy I know for the alternative, meaning making a film rather than a music video is Corin Hardy. He’s just amazing and he captured what the song feels like in this. So today we present to you a film of a man becoming lost… Behold the Hurricane.”