Come on a 'Night Drive' with Brother Firetribe –
New Single and Video Out Now!
The stylish music video is an homage to 70's movies
with a rare Plymouth AAR 'Cuda from 1970
The Finnish hard rock band Brother Firetribe announces the opening of the summer season by dropping yet another single from their upcoming album 'Feel The Burn', out in September: the new song 'Night Drive' is perfect for a ride around town on a summer night and can now be found on all online streaming services.
"'Night Drive' has a certain kind of vibe that takes Brother Firetribe to a place where we've never been before. The song is very intense, almost cinematic, which is what we were after ever since the first demo. It’s about a guy driving off to the darkness every night, trying to shake off the ghost from the past. It builds up dramatically, serving as the perfect road trip song. Watch out for speeding tickets though, you’ve been warned!", singer Heino states.
The new single is of course at its finest when blasted loud in an automobile, but if there's no suitable car around, the stunning music video for 'Night Drive' will definitely do the trick. The nightly cruising on the video is carried out with a rare Plymouth AAR 'Cuda from 1970; the make is famous from 'The Fast and the Furious' movie series and there are only around 2000 of them in the world, and just 2 in Finland. The cinematic music video was directed by Ville Juurikkala.
"Shooting the video for the song was amazing. I had a chance to drive the most badass, coolest beast of a car all night and just enjoy the moment. It was obvious from the second I sat behind the wheel that the video will turn out great, the car basically took care of that by itself! The result is the best possible combination between audio and video mood-wise, both boosting each other perfectly. We built a bit of a mysterious feel for the flick and aim to continue the story later on", Heino hints.
Brother Firetribe are:
Pekka Heino – vocals
Roope Riihijärvi – guitar
Jason Flinck – bass
Tomppa Nikulainen – drums
Hannes Pirilä – keyboards