Brooklyn’s Dirty Fences often refer to themselves as a gang. And, that mentality is evident in every meaty riff and perfectly executed harmony on the re-release of their classic first self titled EP (with two brand new tracks), a perfect slice of wax that evokes early American rock and punk acts.
Dirty Fences premiere their video for new song “Sell The Truth” off their latest release, First “EP” Plus Two Xtra Songs. Keeping in theme with the band’s eccentric image, the video takes you on a journey through various montages of Godzilla, hotdogs, and several other random, fleeting scenes. While Dirty Fences’ previous music videos have also been unconventional in style, their latest is truly one-of-a-kind. Zany and unbridled, “Sell The Truth” displays colourful schematics representing the song’s liveliness. Throughout the video we see clips of Max Heirsteiner (drummer) undergoing what appears to be some kind of off-beat brainwashing through old-school conversion tactics while being poked and prodded with toothpicks, interspersed with clips of the band getting up to all sorts of shenanigans on tour. Short yet vibrant, you’ll have to check it out to develop your own interpretation. – Spill Magazine