SAMA nominees Deity’s Muse release video of punchy Abbey Road Institute live session
Progressive alt rock maestros Deity’s Muse have unveiled a powerful live performance of their track Erra. Filmed earlier this year at Abbey Road Institute Johannesburg, their gritty performance demonstrates why Erra, with its slithery punch-in-the-gut riffs and driving rhythms, has quickly become a fan favourite from the band’s latest Mongrel Records release, Ennui.
Of the filming experience, bassist Alvin Boucher enthused, “We all had so much fun performing Erra. Everyone over at Abbey Road Institute Johannesburg is so professional and their studio is amazing!”
Nominated for Best Rock Album at this year’s South African Music Awards, ‘Ennui’ is proving a pivotal release for the band and continues the upward journey Deity’s Muse has recently found themselves on.
About Abbey Road Institute
With schools in the United Kingdom, Australia, France, Netherlands and South Africa, Abbey Road Institute is the training ground for the next generation of music producers and sound engineers.
By harnessing the expertise and innovation created at Abbey Road Studios and collaborating with experts in the industry, they teach a professional one-year Advanced Programme in Music Production and Sound Engineering.
Erra live at Abbey Road Institute video credits:
Audio mix and master: Ben Ludick (Abbey Road Institute)
Filmed by: Rob Band (The Creative Cafe)
Video post-production: Kyle Engelsman (The Creative Cafe)
Deity’s Muse is:
Wayne Boucher – Vocals, guitar
Sashan Pillay – Drums
Alvin Boucher – Bass, backing vocals
Kyle Engelsman – Guitar, backing vocals
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