Hoodless Showcase Their Hard Rock Hooks on 'Waiting' -- Video Premiere
Stephen Churchill Downes
Hoodless is an underground - but rising - band from New Jersey. Their album, 'Music for Jerks' came out in 2010 and was produced by Joe Lambert, a sought after engineer also behind recordings by Animal Collective and Black Label Society.
"Our list of heroes and favorites is really quite a long one. From Prince to Mr. Bungle, Johnny Cash to Tony Williams, Brahms to Dimebag, Zeppelin to Kevin Gilbert," explains B Lee, Hoodless' bass player. "I think the most interesting part is that the band itself is one unique voice. Not too heavy, not too light, not too serious, not too whimsical, but at the same time not watered down or washed out. We definitely draw on our individual influences but it's hard to pick out definitive one to one relationships after the music goes though the Hoodless filter."
Today, Noisecreep is proud to exclusively premiere the video for their song 'Waiting.' Half-parody, half-truth, the clip ends up a sad commentary on modern life set to a rocking soundtrack.
Hoodless' 'Music for Jerks' is available now on iTunes and CD Baby.