Nov. 3 — Independent hard rock band The Fifth debuted the video for its latest single this week.
Recorded at Pitcher’s Bar in Benson, North Carolina, the video presents the band amid all of the excesses of rock and roll, money, women, and alcohol. The band performs its single on stage in the bar and spends plenty of time taking in those excesses along the way, too.
Front man Roy Cathey said in a prepared statement, he enjoyed the experience of shooting the song’s video.
“Shooting this video was the most creatively fulfilling experience I’ve ever been involved in,” he said. “Director Jaiden Frost made this song come to life and working with him fulfills a longtime wish of mine to work with this talented up & coming director. We brainstormed and we – creatively as a team – came up with some amazing shots and moments. Jaiden bringing in the freakshow/contortionist and dancer added the ‘icing on the cake’ to give the video the gritty, anything goes attitude that is the running theme of the song and video.”
The musical arrangement featured in ‘Shake Little Sister’ is pure guitar rock at its finest. It boasts plenty of hard rock and southern rock influences side by side for an infectious whole.
The song’s lyrical theme is just as simple and accessible as its musical counterpart. It features a man who is crazy for a woman, plain and simple.
The Fifth is available now. More information on the EP is available along with the band’s latest news at: