By: Staff –
Toronto based alternative “soul brood” band, King Cardiac is back with a new video for their track “When It Burns to the Ground”, which you can watch exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below.
The track sees the band lamenting some of what ails the modern world with tongue firmly planted in cheek. The accompanying music video is a colourful, satirical exploration of some contemporary woes. It is also frontman Gabriel DeSantis’ first foray into music video directing.
“When it Burns to the Ground” is the first of three singles and music videos that will be released leading up to the release of the band’s debut record, Bloodlines, in early 2021.
The record was recorded at The Rooster Studio in Toronto with engineer, Don Kerr (Bahamas, Ron Sexsmith) at The Helm.
Bloodlines was produced by DeSantis and Kerr and mastered by Grammy nominee and Juno and Polaris Prize winner, Philip Shaw Bova (Feist, Lido Piementa, Andy Shauf).
This is the first album by King Cardiac, a band that sees former Whitebrow frontman Gabriel DeSantis and members of Toronto’s Heavyweights Brass Band exploring matters of the heart through heavy soul and brooding R&B.
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