Graveyard Train are a six piece collective from Melbourne Australia. The initial idea was for six men to sing in baritone, like men, about Werewolves, Vampires, Ghosts and the like over frenetic foot stomping country music. Six men playing men’s instruments just as men were born to do. It was a whacky idea, it worked, things moved quickly and the band now boasts a fan base right across the world.
With their new album “Hollow” dropping in May the band are proud to present the first single lifted there-from I’m Gone. A rollicking stab of wild-west woe and stomping train-yard rhythms, I’m Gone bears all the hallmark Graveyard Train traits. That said, much like the upcoming album, the track also introduces a slightly wider approach than previous Graveyard Train releases. Remaining lyrically preoccupied with all things macabre, “Hollow” manages to capture the infamous live reputation and punchy story telling of the band but the Drums are bit fatter and the guitars and psychedelia turned up just a notch.
‘I’m Gone’ is Available On iTunes
Kristy Lee Corea
Directed & Edited by Nicholas Clifford
Cinematography by Charlie Sarroff
Production design / Wardrobe – Andrea Browne
Makeup – Selina Pertzel
Colourist – Vincent Taylor
Production Manager – Bryony McLachlan
B Cam Operator – Tom David
Additional Wardrobe – Paige Prendergast
Additional Wardrobe – Jane McGrath
Camera Assistant – Kirk Daly
Gaffer – Thomas Formosa Doyle
Best Boy / Stills – Rainer Kelly
Production Assistant / Assistant Editor – Annelise Hickey
Unit Manager – Steph McDonald
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