Israel's progressive/symphonic metal wizards SCARDUST have unveiled the music video for “Huts,” the latest single from their critically acclaimed sophomore concept album “Strangers.” The clip – which features a guest appearance from the Hellscore choir (Orphaned Land, Amorphis, Ayreon) – can be viewed HERE. The full album – described by Dead Rhetoric as “captivating from start to finish” – can be streamed on all major digital platforms or purchased on CD and limited-edition gray smoke vinyl HERE.
Says SCARDUST frontwoman Noa Gruman, “The theme of the video and the song 'Huts' is the clash between longing for simpler, happier days from one side, and the busy big city life that modern days force on us. It is represented by the kids dancing and singing in nature and the adult choir in the city fighting for their tiny moment in the spotlight. Flying to the UK to record the kids choir and making the video were both absolutely amazing experiences, and working with our new video producer Lahav Levi is giving a new edge to our art.”
SCARDUST will also be making its return to the live stage with a special performance on Tuesday, March 22nd at the Gagarin Club in Tel Aviv, Israel. The live show, titled “In Concrete Cages,” will see the band joined by special guest Patty Gurdy and will also be available to view as a free livestream HERE.