Shadow Show share video for ‘Charades’

Shadow Show press photo
Photo credit: Jaimie Skriba

Detroit-based girl-group Shadow Show has shared the first music video for the track Charades which is lifted from their upcoming debut album ‘Silhouettes’, which will be out on February 14.

Shot in the band’s hometown of Detroit, the video for Charades was directed by Bobby Harlow of The Go, and was filmed entirely with a super-8 camera, a reflection of Shadow Show’s retro style and sound. About filming in and around Detroit, Kerrigan Pearce (she plays drums in the band) said, “we wanted to include all of the things that make Detroit home to us. The live footage was shot at UFO Factory, owned by local musician Dion Fischer. The rest was filmed in various places, such as Belle Isle, Detroit African Bead Museum, and another favorite bar Outer Limits Lounge.”

You can watch the video clip for the 60s psych-rock inspired track Charades via YouTube below.

A power trio of a mysterious hue, Shadow Show combines elements of 60s garage-psychedelia and 21st-century modern pop-art. The trio pushes the boundaries of what can be, yet remain deeply rooted in a raw, untouchable Detroit sound. Comprised of guitarist Ava East, bassist Kate Derringer and drummer Kerrigan Pearce, the group made their debut in August of 2018. The group plan to tour the US and Europe to support the release of ‘Silhouettes’

Shadow Show’s debut album ‘Silhouettes‘ was mixed by bass player Kate Derringer and mastered by Jim Diamond (The White Stripes, The Dirtbombs, Ghetto Recorders). The album will be available on February 14, 2020, via Stolen Body Records in the UK and Europe and Burger Records for the rest of the world.

Shadow Show Silhouettes cover artwork

Silhouettes‘ track listing
1 – Charades
2 – Contessa
3 – Green Stone
4 – The Alchemist
5 – Shadow Box
6 – Trapeze Act
7 – Glass Eye
8 – Dreamhead
9 – The Machine
10 – Silhouette