Last month Abbe May released her new album Design Desire, review here.
This month the new single from it has a video. A very cool video.
Taurus Chorus is the third single from Abbe May's Album "Design Desire".
Director / Editor -- Zena Loxton
Girls -- Rose Pilkington & Harmony Boucher
Director Of Photography -- Marcus Domelo
Steadicam -- Paul Hill
Focus Puller -- Matt Lynton
Animation-- Tom Tennant
Colorist -- Edwin Metternich @ Framestore
3D -- Passion Pictures
Make Up -- Faye Marie
Runner -- Jack Cardno
Special thanks to Hannah Barry Gallery and the Bold Tendencies 5 artists- boldtendencies.com.
Thanks to Framestore, Passion RAW & Matt Shaw.
Anyway we can't have an Abbe May post with just one tune can we.
So lets go back into the vaults to the earliest recordings of Abbe May and The Rockin' Pneumonia, which were recorded with one microphone and two bottles of gin.
Check this one out.
And how about a John Fogerty cover?
Abbe May and Dom Mariani perform John Fogerty's 'Sinister Purpose' on RockKwiz (Series 6: September 13, 2008)
Man I just love Abbe May. She's the queen of blues.
With her album "Design Desire" fresh in stores, Abbe May is celebrating her birthday (it's today!) with the release of a new video for the third single "Taurus Chorus". It's been a huge week for Abbe with the track added to Australia's national Triple J radio network and her album debuting at #13 in the Australian artists ARIA chart.
Here's what others have had to say:
4 Stars: The Age (Melbourne)
4 Stars: Sydney Morning Herald
"Abbe May plays a scorching guitar. [Her] new single is kinda bad ass" - Nic Harcourt (US)
"Design Desire oozes quality. Sometimes dominant, often sultry, always haunting, Abbe has perfected the art of darkblues rock on this album. Abbe has set off on an emotive exploration of human desire at its most fundamental level and this raw energy has been faultlessly harnessed for eleven tracks." - Indie Shuffle (US)
"its strange-but-instantly-catchy vocal melody and slow, plodding guitars, reveal Abbe May to a unique presence in the rock world." - Indies and the Underground (US)