Sep 262020
 

The Devil Wears Prada‘s Max Moore-directed music video for the song ‘The Thread’ can be seen below. The track is taken from the band’s latest album, “The Act”, which was made available in October 2019 via Solid State Records.

The members of The Devil Wears Prada consistently choose to both challenge themselves and the world around them. The group — Mike Hranica (vocals), Jeremy DePoyster (vocals, guitar), Andy Trick (bass), Kyle Sipress (guitar), Jonathan Gering (keys, synthesizers) and Giuseppe Capolupo (drums) — bends and breaks all boundaries on its seventh full-length and debut for Solid State Records. Pulling plain-spoken poetry through distorted discord and dissonance, the six-piece delivers a dynamic and definitive statement.

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Oct 232019
 

The Devil Wears Prada‘s music video for the song ‘Chemical‘ can be seen below. The track is taken from the band’s latest album, “The Act”, which was made available on October 11 via Solid State Records.

“I’m not one to get particularly excited about music videos these days, but I think that the technology [director] Kevin Johnson and the crew were able to employ for ‘Chemical’ makes it something special,” said singer Mike Hranica.

‘Chemical’ is about coming to terms with the idea that all of our feelings — good and bad — are just chemical reactions in our brains. It is both a bleak and hopeful way to to view the world, but at times, it can help us to move forward,” said keyboardist Jonathan Gering, who co-wrote the song.

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Sep 272019
 

The official lyric video for ‘Chemical’, a brand new song from The Devil Wears Prada, can be seen below. The track is taken from the band’s upcoming album, “The Act”, which will be made available on October 11 via Solid State Records.

The members of  The Devil Wears Prada consistently choose to both challenge themselves and the world around them. The group — Mike Hranica (vocals), Jeremy DePoyster (vocals, guitar), Andy Trick (bass), Kyle Sipress (guitar), Jonathan Gering (keys, synthesizers) and Giuseppe Capolupo (drums) — bends and breaks all boundaries on its seventh full-length and debut for Solid State Records. Pulling plain-spoken poetry through distorted discord and dissonance, the six-piece delivers a dynamic and definitive statement. Continue reading »

Sep 172019
 

The official lyric video for ‘Please Say No’, a brand new song from The Devil Wears Prada, can be seen below. The track, which is one of the most experimental-yet-powerful songs the band has ever released, is taken from the group’s upcoming album, “The Act”, which will be made available on October 11 via Solid State Records.

‘Please Say No’ is based off of a scene within the novel ‘Never Come Morning’ by Nelson Algren,” said singer Mike Hranica. “This song is more difficult to explain than any other set of lyrics I’ve assembled. Saying the song is derivative of class injustice is insufficient and saying the song is born of a violent crime is cheap. Lyrically, I’d urge interested listeners to read the book. Musically, I’ll encourage listeners to enjoy what I consider to be our moodiest effort on ‘The Act’.”

The members of  The Devil Wears Prada consistently choose to both challenge themselves and the world around them. The group — Mike Hranica (vocals), Jeremy DePoyster (vocals, guitar), Andy Trick (bass), Kyle Sipress (guitar), Jonathan Gering (keys, synthesizers) and Giuseppe Capolupo (drums) — bends and breaks all boundaries on its seventh full-length and debut for Solid State Records. Pulling plain-spoken poetry through distorted discord and dissonance, the six-piece delivers a dynamic and definitive statement. Continue reading »

Sep 142019
 

‘Please Say No’, a brand new song from The Devil Wears Prada, can be streamed below. The track, which is one of the most experimental-yet-powerful songs the band has ever released, is taken from the group’s upcoming album, “The Act”, which will be made available on October 11 via Solid State Records.

‘Please Say No’ is based off of a scene within the novel ‘Never Come Morning’ by Nelson Algren,” said singer Mike Hranica. “This song is more difficult to explain than any other set of lyrics I’ve assembled. Saying the song is derivative of class injustice is insufficient and saying the song is born of a violent crime is cheap. Lyrically, I’d urge interested listeners to read the book. Musically, I’ll encourage listeners to enjoy what I consider to be our moodiest effort on ‘The Act’.”

The members of  The Devil Wears Prada consistently choose to both challenge themselves and the world around them. The group — Mike Hranica (vocals), Jeremy DePoyster (vocals, guitar), Andy Trick (bass), Kyle Sipress (guitar), Jonathan Gering (keys, synthesizers) and Giuseppe Capolupo (drums) — bends and breaks all boundaries on its seventh full-length and debut for Solid State Records. Pulling plain-spoken poetry through distorted discord and dissonance, the six-piece delivers a dynamic and definitive statement. Continue reading »