'ALL THE PEOPLE' taken from the album 'Terror Terror, Hide It Hide It' (2014).
Directed by Steve Browne Director of Photography: Peter Cheng Costume & Make Up: Rachel Ciesla
Featured extras: Adele Thomasz, Joe Priddle, Rachel Ciesla, , Erin Burley, Jim Robinson
Photographer: Rachael Barrett
Stream the full album on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/tninfidels/sets/terror-terror-hide-it-hide
Buy it on Bandcamp: https://tninfidels.bandcamp.com
www.tninfidels.com | www.facebook.com/TNInfidels
Widely known as Perth’s folk n roll darlings, Timothy Nelson & The Infidels are refusing to be pigeon holed in to specific genres and are now exploring their musical style within the pop world. Current single, All The People is the perfect example of this new direction - an upbeat, indie electro pop track with an instant hook and a catchy melody that’ll have you toe-tapping and singing along on first listen. “The song is about letting the night take you where it pleases and not necessarily for the better,” explains Timothy Nelson. When asked to describe their sound, Nelson enthuses, “Imagine if Supertramp got lost on their way to a rave in Manchester!”
Shot over two Perth locations and directed by Steve Browne (Perth street artist responsible for the infamous banned youtube video for Scalphunter’s ‘There Will Be Change’) the video clip for All The People follows a quirky narrative that complements the song’s lyrics. “We wanted to base it around the idea of a big night out taking a turn for the worse. My character is drifting through some party in a strange place, and he sees all these weird characters that no one else can see… it’s sort of a downward spiral of hallucinogenic proportions,” explains Nelson.
More information on this artist is available in the last.fm tabs below.