Monday 16 October 2023

Swedish Psych Rockers NEPAL DEATH Drop Official Music Video For 'Sister Nirvana'

Death, Decadence, and Disco Balls! ­- Nepal Death's "Sister ­Nirvana!" - 1972 Psych rock B-movie Hippie Dance Horror!

Brace yourself for an electrifying journey as the hippie psych rock collective Nepal Death launch their new single and video! A young hippie girl, fueled by her dreams of becoming a dancer, takes a chance and ­ventures to a dance audition, only to find ­herself ensnared by a dangerous death cult, with her dance moves as her only defence.

Watch 'Sister Nirvana' below:

Stream on Spotify.

The music video pays homage to B-movie horror stories from the seventies, featuring ­captivating dance sequences and a gripping storyline. ­Directed by filmmaker Emil Dorbell and penned by Nepal Death's frontman, Anders Hallberg, the video was shot on location in an old strippers' joint featuring real actors and a horde of evil groovy cultists. The song is a pulsating empowering psychedelic rock anthem ­aiming for cosmic dancefloors in all dimensions. Like a ­marriage of the vibes from The Rolling Stones' 'Gimme ­Shelter,' and the aura of up tempo The Soundtrack of Our Lives. The track encapsulates the essence of the early trippy seventies, featuring psych guitars, backward sitars, infectious bass lines and a rhythmic drum groove... All interwoven with massive organ and magical flute melodies.

Nepal Death is like a transcendent 1972 VW bus voyage along The Hippie Trail. This Swedish musical collective is painting a vibrant auditory tapestry reminiscent of the era of free love, all set against the mysterious backdrop of death goddess Kali Ma. Their music beckons listeners to ­c­ontemplate the metamorphosis (or end) that await them beyond the ultimate destination of Kathmandu.

Nepal Death Line-Up:

Cory Berry (Drums)
Anders Hallberg (Vocals)
Felix Pastucha (Organ)
Bosse Pettersson (Guitar)
Pontus Pettersson (Guitar)
Max Söderberg (Bass)

Photo by Emil Dorbell

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Thanks to Grand Sounds Promotions and Nepal Death for all of the details.