Bradford band Kascarade have recently released the first of a trilogy of brand-new music videos set to be out online throughout March and April.
The band are currently putting together the finishing touches to their second studio album which will be out in the early summer. The new album is an independently produced affair written and recorded at the bands central Bradford based studio.
The latest online video track for brand new song ‘Dust Yourself Down’ is now online via the bands YouTube channel. The song and video were very much inspired by the group’s surroundings, having been born and brought up in the city. Locations featured in the video include; The fantastic Bradford gym club based in White Abbey, which provides gymnastics coaching for children and young people of all ages and backgrounds and has been playing an active part in the local community for over 40 years providing sporting opportunities to the city’s youngsters.
Other locations seen in the video include the Buttershaw estate, Queensbury Con club and a house in Thornton village, an area famed for being home to the birthplace of the legendary Bronte sisters.
Kascarade write and perform original new music and the sound and content of the songs are very much themed on the bands life experiences of growing up and living in Bradford, and of the human experiences of being from a working class northern English city. Twinned with themes of perseverance, faith, and the pursuit of hopes and dreams for a brighter future are something shared by most people and makes the band’s music a very varied and universally relatable affair.
The trilogy of videos were produced and directed by Conor Butler who runs ‘Vision Productions’ an independent Bradford/Leeds based film and photography company. Conor is a rising star within the music video industry and is a young man in demand for his film and photography skills; He is a Bradford lad done good. Still only 24 years old, he has toured the world with many stars from across the music industry. He works regularly alongside Liam Payne former One Direction star and now solo artist, helping to capture film and photography content for one of modern pop music’s most recognisable faces.
Another local talent who features in the video is Adrian Curylo; Adrian is 20 years old and performs a mix of gymnastics/dance and martial arts known as ‘Tricking’ He is a gymnastics coach at Bradford Gym Club passing on his skills and knowledge to other youngsters whilst also being a sponsored athlete for Leeds based ‘Level Up Academy’.
To view the video release of ‘Dust yourself down’ people can visit YouTube and search ‘Kascarade’ where the video is featured on the bands channel. Kascarade are also on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram where people can stay up to date with all the latest news and updates from the band.