March 7, 2019 in News, Videos



It’s been a busy few weeks at Ringlefinch HQ lately, as we finish recording on the album and get to work on mixing –  it’s all sounding great, and we can’t wait to share the songs with you! But we’ve also been beavering away behind-the-scenes on a new secret project as well, and today we’re tremendously excited to share with you our brand new lyric video for our song “Hell“!

Taken from our EP ‘Mass Trespass‘ (available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, etc, and on CD via our website), “Hell” is an autobiographical jaunt through one man’s life – a song about discovering independence and identity,  self-expression, and songwriting. And going to Hell, of course.

Since “Hell” has rather taken off on SoundCloud (with over 94,000 plays at the time of writing!), we’ve been bombarded with people asking for the lyrics. We naturally thought, “What better way to share them than through the medium of a re-edited public domain 1930s cartoon about a man, his dancing dog, and his vaguely terrifying tuba?”.

Huge thanks to everyone for your support, and we hope you enjoy the video!


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