Perth rock act The Silent Deeds have released a brand new video for their latest single “Ghosts”. The video comes off their latest EP “Down With Me” which was released last year and follows two previously released clips for “The Race” and “Come Alive.
The video was shot by Task Force Films at the iconic Fremantle Prison which encapsulates the story driven clip featuring Ash Woods as the protagonist “Ghost”. The video made it’s premiere exclusively at the band’s video launch show at Amplifier on April 16th in front of a live audience.
The EP “Down With Me” is also available on CD and digital platforms HERE.
The EP “Down With Me” features two previously released singles “The Race” and “Come Alive” with two new tracks “Down With Me” and “Ghosts” recorded earlier this year at Hammerspace Recording and produced by Troy Nababan. The artwork was handled by Disconnect London in the UK.
The band comments on the new EP: “It’s been five years since our last EP, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to release this rocker to the public. It’s the heaviest, catchiest and funkiest set of songs we’ve ever released. Down with Me (EP) captures the essence our new deeds sound, mashed together with a unique blend of hard hitting drums, funky bass and balls out guitars!”
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