TAMING SARI RELEASES “DOWN WITH THE DEVIL” MUSIC VIDEO, ANNOUNCES DEBUT ALBUM
May 17, 2019 – Canadian rock band Taming Sari today released their brand-new music video for “Down with the Devil”, the first single from their upcoming debut album Thirsty from the Drought.
The video features a high energy performance from the band in a smoky, newspaper-covered room. Headlines and editorials are brushed aside and drowned out by the track’s big rock’n’roll sound. Here we see Taming Sari at their best, ripping through guitar solos and shouting out call-and-response vocals that are sure to get audiences on their feet this summer.
“We chose ‘Down with the Devil’ for our first music video release it was a perfect depiction of their sound, while keeping that good old classic rock, high energy feel,” says Taming Sari. “We are incredibly proud of this track.”
The song—along with their album Thirsty from the Drought—was produced in Toronto by Ross Hayes Citrullo, who has previously worked with artists such as The Sheepdogs, AWOLNATION, Moneen and Monster Truck.
Thirsty from the Drought will be released in September 2019. In the meantime, you can watch the “Down with the Devil” music video by clicking the link above, or listen on Spotify, iTunes, and Apple Music.
See Taming Sari on tour: Thursday, May 23 – Montreal, QC (Piranha Bar) Saturday, May 25 – St-Jacques, NB (Cafe d’la Vieille Forge) Sunday, May 26 – Edmunston, NB (Back in the Day Studio) Friday, July 12 – Kingston, ON (The Toucan) Saturday, July 20 – Bristol, QC (Music Fest for Vets) Monday, July 22 – Ottawa, ON (Café Dekcuf) Saturday, August 10 – Westmeath, ON (White Water Rocks) August 16-25 – Ottawa, ON (Capital Fair, Rideau Carleton Raceway)
About Taming Sari A road of mishaps and life experiences brought together Taming Sari, a band from Ottawa, Ontario (CA). They bring that classic rock and blues feel back into modern day rock and roll to seduce you as you get up on your feet and dance to the beat! Formed in September 2017, the five members—Danny, Miguel, Adam, Alex, and Warren—were all willing to do whatever it took to bring their sound to the world. Their producer, Ross Hayes Citrullo, helped them tap into the melodic and unique voice of the singer and quickly direct them towards what is now the Taming Sari sound.