Today, Art d'Ecco shares the "She So Hot" music video and announces his debut album, Day Fevers – available September 9th via YourFace Records. Day Fevers is currently available for pre-order on iTunes, with instant downloads of "She So Hot" and "The Deal" upon purchase. Check out the video here.
The "She So Hot" music video was premiered this morning on Pure Volume. The suspenseful video sees a woman's enduring fight to escape a kidnapping duo in the middle of the British Columbian wilderness. The gory visuals against the beautiful scenery perfectly compliment the bright but gritty glam rock inspired single. All feels reminiscent of a Quentin Tarantino film.
Art d'Ecco's story is anything but usual. After a period of personal turmoil, d'Ecco escaped the city life and relocated to the Gulf Islands of British Columbia to embark on a journey of much needed soul searching and personal rediscovery. He spent three years in relative seclusion on the island retooling, writing, and overcoming the obstacles of isolation and regret.
With Day Fevers, d'Ecco peers through a lens of nostalgia with nods to glam rock, classic rock n roll, krautrock, spaghetti westerns, and new wave psychedelia. He sought to deliver an album across different genres with himself as the sonic rug that ties it all together, or rather a playlist. Starting with "Sunrise" and closing with "Sunset," Day Fevers travels through themes of desire, isolation, nostalgia, and personal discovery, taking listeners through all the lows and the highs.
"Formed during the three year period I spent in isolation, tucked away in a cabin on one of the Gulf Islands in British Columbia. I'd fled a bad scene in Vancouver – my life was spinning out of control and I needed a refresh. I was burnt out and over playing music. The scene. The debauchery. I was emotionally hollowed out. Eventually, I discovered that feelings of alienation and desire were something I could channel into music. I've always been a man of extremes, so it was in this escape that I rediscovered myself as an artist. These songs came from months of writing and from being alone." - Art d'Ecco