We are very happy to share ‘Home Video,’ the new single by Philadelphia's garage punk four-piece The Mary Veils. It is the first single taken off the band’s upcoming EP ’Over the Rowhome,’ out Nov 5 on PNKSLM Records.
"Home Video was the first song we ever played together at the very first practice we had in this line up. It just came to us in that way you hope all songs come to you and immediately felt complete,” says the band. “It was the nod we needed to know that this could work. It made sense to us that this song should be the first release."
Taking inspiration from The Dickies, BLURT, and 60s Texas garage punk, ‘Home Video’ finds the band sounding like the missing link between Marked Men, Hot Snakes and FIDLAR. Packed with punk energy, lo-fi aesthetics, big melodies and a fuzzed out riff that is as relentless as it is badass, this song about self realization is a complete ripper that boasts more personality than all of the Kardashians combined.
“We’re just throwing everything we think is cool into the pot and trying to cook up something with a similar flavour,” says drummer Evan Wall. ‘Over the Rowhome’, which was mixed by Cory Hanson and seasoned Philly producer Jeff Zeigler (Kurt Vile, The War on Drugs), will be followed next March by debut record ’Esoteric Hex’.