CILVER: 'In My Head' Video Featuring GUNS N' ROSES Guitarist BUMBLEFOOT Posted Online
GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal makes a guest appearance in the track "In My Head" from New York-based, female-fronted rockers CILVER. The official video for the song, which is available on Amazon, can be seen below.
"'In My Head' is the reaction to the pressure you feel from a society that strives to hide its imperfections," CILVER's Uliana Preotu tells Revolver magazine. "We all think about smashing and burning all the things around us that make us feel ugly, fake or second class. It's easy to feel like that when everything is photoshopped, scripted or perfect. That's not life. That's not rock and roll."
CILVER features in its ranks former ME TALK PRETTY members Uliana Preotu (lead vocals), Leon Lyazidi (guitar, keyboards) and Guerin Blask (drums). They were recently joined by guitarist Gerry Soman (DIFFUSER, THE PENNYROYALS) and bass player Josh Pillbox (THE RECKLESS SONS, MIKE DEL RIO, NATURE OF CITY).
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