Los Angeles-based rock band We’re No Gentlemen release new music video for “Home”, taken from their 2018 EP “This is Home”. The song emphasizes the importance of holding on to things that last in a fast-changing world and is delivered amongst a watertight alt-rock backing. Watch here
The video uses pieces from famed neon artist Lisa Schulte’s gallery to create a dark, but enticing atmosphere for the band to explore the tracks raw emotion. This stark lighting backs front-woman Amanda Gabel’s heartfelt vocal delivery, accentuating the song’s honest message in a package that’s both mesmerizing and energizing.
We’re No Gentlemen got their start in Long Beach when founder Vince Gudino partnered up with Amanda Gabel, who would go on to bring in other talented musicians Daniele Boneddu (bass) and Dan Schiz and Nick Sword (guitar). The band’s lineup features talent from diverse backgrounds, which is central to the band’s identity as a “forward-thinking and genre-defying rock band” focused on “moving rock music forward and pushing boundaries.”
The release of the “Home” music video comes in an interim between the release of the “This is Home” EP last year and the upcoming release of their newest EP, which is scheduled for this spring. The “This is Home” EP, as well as the band’s self-titled debut EP, are both available to stream and download now.