I DRAW SLOW
April 15, 2014
From Dublin, Ireland hails a band that connects the past to the present, tying in classic elements and contemporary feels. I Draw Slow is this year’s most eclectic band, and HIP Video Promo is pleased to introduce the video clip for the uncanny single “Goldmine.”
I Draw Slow is a five-piece band comprised of vocals, guitar, fiddle, banjo, and double bass. This alternative-country, folk, old-time, and Americana band has created a new sound that listeners will find rooted in the old-time style of the Appalachian Mountains. Drawing to traditional Irish music and modern Americana, I Draw Slow creates entities of songbooks that contain unwritten stories and melodies, especially throughout the album Red Hills.
Dark tales of debauchery and trouble highlight what siblings Dave and Louise Holden have been trying to master together over two decades. Starting on Dublin’s performing circuit with funk-inspired musicians in Tabularasa, the pair has worked with violinist Adrian Hart, claw hammer and banjo player Colin Derham, and double bassist Konrad Liddy. Since then, Dave and Louise’s music has evolved into the genius collaboration called I Draw Slow.
The band shows off their craft in this timeless clip “Goldmine.” Directed by Rory Bresnihan and produced by Max Brady and Vinnie O Neill, the clip takes us to another time and place. Viewers will be mesmerized by the classy elements of this endearing clip, and cannot help but to be moved by Louise Holden’s eerie vocals. “Goldmine” is the first track off the bands second album Red Hills.
With an anticipated third album White Wave Chapel on its way, I Draw Slow is gearing up for a successful run with critics. As one of Ireland’s most unique bands, HIP Video Promo is excited to see what they have next in store! For more information, please contact Andy Gesner and the HIP Video Promo staff at (732)-613-1779 or email us at [email protected] . You can also visit www.IDrawSlow.com for more info.
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