Friday, June 12, 2015

Theatrical scamp rock group Fable Cry NEW Dark and Dastardly Video “The Good Doctor”

Bonding over the whimsical, theatrical and comical and donning a variety of musical influences from Danny Elfman to Queen to Gogol Bordello, Fable Cry showcases their vaudevillian persona in all their music and performances. Thier NEW Album We'll Show You Where The Monsters Are”, drops at the end of August of which I am in the process of digesting now, this band has everything I dig covered, bizarre with a touch of Noir and edge of the seat attention-grabbing antics.

“The Good Doctor” is the 2nd single from the ensemble rock outfit, and the video is directed by Ryan Rehnborg and Zach Ferrin.
"The story of FRANKENSTEIN has been told and retold so many times, we wanted to do something that wasn’t tired yet.  We’ve always been huge fans of puppetry so I think a video like this has been a long time coming for us.  We’ve incorporated puppetry into our live shows, and made friends with loads of talented puppeteers from all over the country.  About a year ago, we met Mallory Kimbrell and Cassie Hamilton, of the “Sailors and Maidens” puppet duo here in Nashville, when we asked them to be apart of a vaudeville show we were putting on.  We met and instantly knew we needed to work together!  Now, one year later, we’ve done that and the results are MAD.  This video definitely marks the first of many collaborations we will do with them. 

Originally founded by Zach Ferrin and his sister in 2010 who, together mastered guitar, violin, drums, accordion, glockenspiel, kazoo, banjo, ukulele, and cello, Fable Cry released their first full-length self-titled album in 2011. The band grew over the past several years to include members to play the aforementioned instruments: Joshua Dent (cello), Jo Cleary (violin/vocals), Scott Fernandez (bass), Rachel Gerlach (drums).  Together, they bonded over a love of the imaginative, theatrical, comical and whimsical creativity of Walt Disney, Charlie Chaplin and Tim Burton. Donning  a wide range of musical influences, including Danny Elfman, Foxy Shazam, Muse, Tom Waits, and Queen

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