‘Tis the season for a fresh outlook. Stephen Heath is no exception. The guitar player has performed with L.A. Takedown, Paul Bergmann, Weyes Blood, and Death Valley Girls over the years. But we aren’t here to talk about any of those groups. Instead, Heath has a new solo record called Gavin Gruesome that just released last Friday, Jan. 1.
The new record showcases a new approach for Heath, recorded on 4-track at home with a rough-and-live feel. Now we’re sharing a new 8-bit inspired video from the record, “I Can’t Take It.”
In his own words, Heath shares some inspiration behind the video and how it fits to the songs overall theme:
"I Can’t Take It" has a childish element in frustration and wanting to just run away or explode. The music video ties into that nostalgia with the 8-bit video game look. Heading to the arcade to get away, etc. It’s also a song I always imagine driving fast to, so the Spy vs. Spy element really speaks to the song's energy."
Check out the record via Perpetual Doom label.
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