Poverty Hollow get haunted in new video
After a whirlwind Northeast tour with their Connecticut brothers-in-arms Ovlov, Poverty Hollow this week released a haunting new video for their song ‘Concrete’ via Bloody-Disgusting.
Shot in an abandoned mansion by director Connor Schuurman, the video takes the viewer through an uneasy chase at breakneck speed. It’s a little horrifying but also one of the more fun monster music videos in recent memory. On their debut self-titled EP, Poverty Hollow run an eclectic sonic gamut that moves rapidly from catchy post-punk to churning metal riffs to meandering, gentle melodies. The sound is a new one for the band, led by Will Rutledge, who recently changed their name from Suns after solidifying their line-up and taking their music in a different direction.