Deap Vally’s “Walk of Shame,” which premiered today on Vevo. About the video and song, the band said, “The track is about a very important concept to us… the ‘Walk of Shame’. We teamed up with one of our oldest and closest friends, Tyler Shields, to make this video and can’t wait for you to see it.
“Walk of Shame” is a track from the duo’s new album Sistrionix, which was released this week in North America via Cherrytree/Communion/Interscope/Island. The album has been hailed by critics, with SPIN making Sistrionix their album of the week last week, saying that it “stomps and swaggers like vintage bayou boogie, with Lindsay Troy’s thick-as-a-brick blues riffs and Julie Edwards’ monstrous cavewoman beats proving that the dynamic duo can hold up to the hype.” All Music Guide wrote in a 4-star review that the band “…sound like the White Stripes or the Black Keys made over from the female side of things, with a sound that hits the same crunchy, thumping, swampy groove and looseness.” Premiere Guitar said that “the guitar world could use more angry fuzz queens like [Lindsay] Troy.”
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