The Cadillac Three have released the music video for their new single Graffiti.
Filmed while the band were in London a few weeks ago for their Night Life Religion Tour, the video perfectly captures the urban landscapes of London. It follows a masked street artist through the capital’s back-streets in Brick Lane, South Bank and Shoreditch, as the band’s lyrics and logo are tagged on every available surface before taking refuge in a dimly lit East London dive bar.
The video was directed by Lyle Lindgren, who conceptualised it.
“We have had such a warm welcome from our fans in the UK and with the Night Life Religion Tour, we thought it would be really cool to film the video in London with all of the unique street art everywhere,” said TC3 drummer Neil Mason, who wrote Graffiti with Nashville songwriters Corey Crowder and Luke Dick.
Graffiti if the latest track from the band and arrives ahead of their forthcoming album due later this year.
The Cadillac Three will return to the UK to play Ramblin’ Man Fair on 23rd and 24th July 2016 at Mote Park, Maidstone.
You can watch the music video for Graffiti below: