“The premise for the Brother video is symbolic to the fact we are drowning in our own waters surrounded by our own worldly belongings every day,” explains Sean. “We see ourselves trapped underwater fighting over items that relate to everyday life. This trap is symbolized by mime face paint and the burning of all possessions, depicting a dark story of the world’s materialistic cravings.”
You may see the resemblance of this endless cycle of doom in the ‘7 Deadly 7’ EP artwork. The fire and brimstone photograph, with its cryptic and sinister demeanour, is a mysterious image posted by Jim Linderman of Dull Tool Dim Bulb Vintage Photography. To this day nobody knows where this shot was taken, or who the two (possible) brothers are.
This new EP also hosts three other new tracks with Best of Men, Take a Man’s Body and title track 7 Deadly 7. Pre-order it from iTunes athttps://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/7-deadly-7-ep/id1100208756
See Sean Grant & The Wolfgang live at the following shows this May.
7th MILTON KEYNES Craufurd Arms
9th LONDON DALSTON The Victoria – Fierce Panda release show
12th LEICESTER Brew Dog
14th NOTTINGHAM Black Iris Brewery
21th BEDFORD Esquires (This Feeling)
27th BRISTOL Roll For Soul
Sean Grant & The Wolfgang are:
Sean Grant (vocals / guitar) and his wolves Steve Fiske (guitar / vocals), Phil Andreas (keyboards) and Matt Banham (drums).