Australian-born blues-rock singer Hamish Anderson is back, this time he has released the video for his newest single, “No Good,” which we shared with you back in July. In case you missed that, Hamish had this to say about the track:

“’No Good’ is really a song about making the decision to leave behind things that are doing you more harm than good. The guitar riff I had for a long time and I kept coming back to it for about six months. Finally, one day all the words just came to me. We were in the studio soon after that to record it. From the first downbeat, we were all excited by it’s driving energy and groove.”

He also had this to say about the new video, which he told Billboard when they premiered it: “’My previous videos had been very story driven, so for this video I wanted to strip it all back to just what it feels like when we’re performing. I was influenced by imagery from the late 70s videos of The Rolling Stones (really from Some Girls/Emotional Rescue era) where it was them playing in NYC industrial warehouse-style environments. Super stark– and really all about the band performing. In general, we wanted to play more with lighting and movement overall. I got really lucky to work with a great team and we all felt that the energy and the vibe of the song was truly captured in the video.” Sounds like we will be getting a new CD from Hamish in 2019, so keep those ears and eyes open, and we’ll be sure to keep you all updated. Website | Facebook | Instagram | @hamishkanderson
Kelly Murphy
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