After an eight-year musical hiatus, Nashville musical mystic Stone Jack Jones released his third album, Ancestor, earlier this year. Describing his music in a recent mini-documentary on the making of Ancestor, Jones noted, “Despite my nature and inclination to disappear into the dark, my friends have the tendency to rouse me and lead me towards the light. Without them there would be no story told.”
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Silent Lions know what they’re doing when it comes to establishing mood, their aesthetic being a mash of the foreboding and the seductive. The new video for “Runnin’ Me Down” gives the tune’s looming dread a visual approximation, featuring a sleepwalking woman conjured from bed by the song’s dark power. The Toledo-Detroit heavy soul duo of Dean Tartaglia (lead vocals, bass, all manner of odds and ends) and Matt Klein (drums, backing vocals) don’t appear in the flesh, but their presence is felt as that which drives the possessed woman on, thrash-dancing in syncopated gyrations to the rhythms. Shades of Evil Dead, Paranormal Activity, even some cheesy ‘80s dance films, are alluded to throughout.
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