Rock n Roll band Mrs. Henry is back at it again, this time with a groovy new music video for their song, “I Don’t Want To Let You Go.” The lead song on their newest album Keep on Rising – Act I: The Sex Sells, Love Drugs, Rock N Roll Society, now has its own visual journey to guide the listeners. Centered on the hero, Mrs. Henry, with a TV for a head, an array of schizophrenic visuals fill the screen as the music compliments alongside. This fun and exciting song is perfect for any classic rock playlist and now it can be accompanied with the perfect music video that captures exactly what the song is about visually.
“This song finds our hero self-identifying for the first time as MRS. HENRY, bringing our story up to speed in the present day future and multi-universe of analog meets digital manipulation known as ‘The Sex Sells, Love Drugs, Rock N Roll Society’ – An ultra sexualized reality where drugs are available on every corner and rock n roll is a normalized way of life.” – Daniel Cervantes
The four-person rock group composed of Daniel Cervantes, Blake Dean, Chad Lee, and Jody Bagley worked with Gabriel and Mac Lagson, and 49 Fly to put this music video together. “I Don’t Want To Let You Go” was engineered by Jordan Andreen, assisted by Omar Veytia and Nyx Jasmine, Mixed by Stephen Kaye, and mastered by Joe Bozzi.
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