The Virginmarys have premiered the video for their latest single ‘S.O.S.4.U.N.I.’ exclusively on Planet Rock.
Just like previous single 'Look Out For My Brother', ‘S.O.S.4.U.N.I.’ is lifted from The Virginmarys’ acclaimed November 2018 album ‘Northern Sessions’.
Vocalist/guitarist Ally Dickaty and drummer Danny Dolan comment: "' S.O.S.4.U.N.I.' is a fan favourite from the new album 'Northern Sun Sessions', it's amazing to play live and gets everyone up. The song is probably the most frantic on the album but possibly the catchiest also."
Commenting on the fiery video, they added: "We decided we wanted something completely off the wall, very odd and crazy in comparison to our previous videos, so we channelled James Bond 007 voodoo imagery from the film 'Live And Let Die' and mashed it up with Rob Zombie Hammer Horroresque pictures.
“The initial idea was that we were to appear as apparitions in a kind of Star Wars hologram look which would be accompanied by satanic rituals including goats, pentagrams, actors dressed as the pope and a giant sized Lamb-man (think full on original 1973 film 'Wickerman').
“Instead we replaced all those elements with a fire-breathing, sword wielding dancer named Lauren, which when combined with rock music, what's not to like?!”
Watch S.O.S.4.U.N.I. first here:
After a series of summer shows – including a prestigious main support slot to Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators in Hanover, Germany – The Virginmarys will see out 2019 by performing at Planet Rockstock.
They said of their Main Stage appearance: "We can't wait to play Planet Rockstock in December, we’ve heard so much cool stuff about it and are absolutely stoked to be invited to play. See you all there!"
All accommodation tickets to Planet Rockstock are completely sold out. Just a few limited weekend tickets remain.
The Virginmarys’ upcoming shows are as follows:
Call Of The Wild Festival – 24th
Camden Rocks – 2nd
Fab Festival – 14th
Swiss Life Hall, Hanover, Germany – 19th (w/ Slash ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators)
Wrong Fest, Serbia – 19th
Planet Rockstock – 8th