L.A. Guns, ‘The Flood’s the Fault of the Rain’ – Exclusive Video Premiere
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Here’s a reunion we can all get behind! L.A. Guns are back with both Tracii Guns and Phil Lewis performing together under the banner that has helped launch both to stardom. And with both musicians working together, there’s new music to share, including the eye-catching new video for L.A. Guns’ “The Flood’s the Fault of the Rain,” which is premiering exclusively here at Loudwire.
The clip plays out like a comic book come to life with a fiery woman coming back to exact revenge on the subject of her torment. Lewis says, “I am incredibly proud of the video for ‘The Flood’s the Fault of the Rain.’ Director, Wayne Joyner, and animator, Bill Bronson, created a dark, powerful, and moving visual of one woman’s fight against abuse, a topic that unfortunately continues to be a reality.”
Tracii Guns adds, “For ‘The Flood’s the Fault of the Rain’ video, it had to portray the strength of a woman scorned in the darkest possible way because the reality of abuse is incredibly dark and I am very pleased with imagery that Bill Bronson created to portray the horrible reality.”
As for the song itself, while it does lie on the harder rocking side, fans will note elements of a classic bluesy feel as well, giving the song a timeless quality. It’s a perfect entry point for fans into the new disc, so take a listen and watch the clip above.
“The Flood’s the Fault of the Rain” is featured on L.A. Guns new album, The Missing Peace. The disc is currently available through Frontiers Music SRL. You can pick up a copy through the platform of your choosing at this location. The band will be starting up more shows in support the disc beginning Oct. 27 in Knoxville, Tenn. See all of their dates here. And keep up to date with all things L.A. Guns via their website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts.
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