Italian hard rock project Laederbraun issued a new video clip for the song "Barracuda," an original composition (not a cover of the Heart classic). Check it out in the player above.
"Barracuda" is an outrageous video, blunt and full of metaphors. The band tried to summarize “today’s rottenness” by paraphrasing it in a sort of metaphysical cannibalism. “Today the world is full of false friends, people who want you out of the chorus, want to isolate you, to get rid of the bones, without limits, the daily news of people cheated, assaulted, 'raped' even psychologically by good people which are actually wolves dressed in lamb," according to the band’s words.
Laederbraun has its roots in the picturesque province of Lecco and was born from an idea of Simone Goretti (guitarist/composer) flanked by the inseparable drummer Antonio Romano, who brings together around him some artists to give body to the whole. The entry of the young 20 year old Isabella Conca, the bass of Gionata Montanelli and the cello of Michele Nasatti soon become part of the band.