With almost every state beginning to loosen their lock-down and self-quarantine restrictions, New Jersey hard rockers, Rahway have released a new music video today to remind everyone that they weren’t alone during the self-quarantine process and that “we were all in this together.”
Rahway, also known as the Slumlords of NJ (coincidentally, name of the band’s upcoming EP), released a music video for their ballad “Sugar.” The video depicts members of the band performing the song from the privacy of their own homes Zoom-style, while musician friends, family and fans chime in during the chorus of the song, also filmed like a Zoom meeting.
The video features a wide range of cameos from Don Jamieson of That Metal Show to PJ Farley from Trixter, RA and Kuarantine feat. Chris Jericho to John Kosco from Dropbox, Saint Caine and Revel at Dusk to local musician friends like members of the band Scarlet Carson, Ten Ton Mojo, Sixty Miles Down, Faith Or Fear, Negative Sky and Disciples of Verity to radio personalities like Danielle Monaro from Elvis Duran and the Morning Show, Matt Murray from 105.5 FM WDHA & The Mat in the Morning on WMGM and Greg T from the WKTU Morning Show.
Official Music Video
Album: Slumlords of New Jersey
Recorded at Sonic Stomp Studios in Staten Island, NY
Engineered by Mike Orlando
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Official Website: www.RahwayBand.com
Management: Arc Angel Entertainment
Official Website: www.ArcAngelEntertainment.net
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