Newcomers to the Brisbane scene Mecha Mecha have burst out of the stable at a sprint with the music video for their sinister single “Dealbreaker”, taken from their just announced sophomore EP Blink & You’ll Miss It, due out Thursday, July 27th.
As a first taste of the EP Blink & You’ll Miss It, the new single “Dealbreaker” offers a candid look into the sultry side of Mecha Mecha.
“Lyrically, Dealbreaker is a bit sinister. It’s about greed, taking all you in whatever setting you might be in, and its overtly about choosing between lust and security,” said vocalist,Walter Webb.
Creating Dealbreaker was a really natural experience for Mecha Mecha the song just falling together after some exercises at band practice.
“Heartbreaker has this really nice, highly strung tango riff, and we’ve put the hook in the bass line. The bridge came through really organically, its the least tense part of a very tense song,” said Walter.
“The whole song is based around a groove that came out of a crazy catchy bass line that Walter wrote to exercise Victor Wooten’s concept of pulse in groove,” said drummer and vocalist, Angelo Webb.
Official video for Mecha Mecha’s single ‘Dealbreaker’. www.facebook.com/mechamechaband Directed, filmed and edited by Shots For Bands: http://facebook.com/ShotsForBands VIDEO CREDITS Directed by Jonathan Creed Co-directed by Luke McClean Filmed by Luke McClean and Adrian Goleby Edited by Holly Novello and Luke McClean Special thanks to David Cheney and Adrian Goleby Audio: Performed by Walter Webb-Vocals, Guitar, bass, piano, synths, samples Isaac Vincent-Bass, Vocals, violin Angelo Webb- Drums, Vocals, Percussion Tyson Ruth-Guitars, Synths, samples Engineered, produced and mixed by Tyson Ruth at Studio Truth (BNE).