New Release: Rizzle Kicks - Everyone's Dead

08 July Critic Jonni 0 Comments

Just recently released, this low budgeted music video from these boys has taken me right back to the music video for "Mama Do The Hump" and although not as well thought out, this one has a great theme none the less. Less than a translation of the lyrics than their previous single, "Everyone's Dead" music video is simple and classy, as Rizzle Kicks nail rap verses as they have fun performing in front of the camera.

Rizzle Kicks returned a few months back with a brand new single "Always Late", this follow-up dropped today, exciting many Rizzle Kicks fans. Consisting of Jordan Stephens (Rizzle) and Harley Alexander-Sule (Sylvester), the Brighton-based duo are prepared for their forthcoming album to be released soon. This song is the third single off the new album, after "Tell Her" and "Always Late". It was written by Jordan Stephens, Harley Alexander-Sule and Ben Callum.

Directed by one half of the duo, Jordan Stephens. This video is an insight into their wacky world, especially with the camera effects that makes me feel as if I'm high.

There isn't a lot going on, it feels more like a home video than anything else, something they just felt like dropping. With flashing lights and pretend microphones, they are having a small party with a few friends.

They are playing their new track and singing along, nailing the rapping, and proving what great performers they are.

Overall, I find this video disappointing compared to their previous efforts, and the simple distortion effect of the camera leads much to be desired. On the other hand, this is more of a promotional video to promote this song, as a teaser of what is to come, and what we should expect off their new album. If these tracks are anything to go by, the new album will be fire!
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