Self-described as “Filthy with a beat, but really really sweet”, Quebec’s indie/alternative rock quartet Rebelle truly do live up such strong, yet simple words. The band ended 2017 with the release of their debut EP Hide, which was an ambitious genre-bender that demanded you listen and have kept everything moving along swimmingly as the year has turned with a few dates already played and a few left to go into early February.
On top of that, we’re thrilled to team up with them to bring the premiere of their latest endeavor, the music video for their song “The Rapture”. The video, using original footage from Die Niebelungen: Siegfried (1924) was directed & edited for this video by Michael John Dubue. On the video itself, vocalist David Taggart says “The Rapture is weird and ambiguous, but suggestive. Mildly post apocalyptic, yet medieval”. Again, no truer words have been spoken as the finished vision for the video is an incredible representation of the songs overall sound and message.
Original footage from Die Niebelungen: Siegfried (1924) was directed & edited for this video by Michael John Dubue.