May you enjoy the macabre feels that “Take Me Down” brings you to! This latest single from Mr. Bones and the Boneyard Circus is indeed a catch when it comes to its horror distinguished tunes and to its beautifully-written and played around lyrics that come along with the song’s simple message. The music video is definitely worth awaited despite the monotony, with artsy costumes and props, and a castle-like setting resembling the scenery during Gothic and Victorian times (18th-19th century). It also describes the atmosphere that the single is trying to convey.
I am equally satisfied to have watched the other performances of the named band. It may have been a pity that my friends and I needed to leave early, but it was still great to have our pictures taken with Mr. Bones and to see Kat Taylor (Saydie) performing with the band.
The music video launch also featured Maryzark, Hilera and Tanya Markova as guest performers. The entire event made my night so much that I never regretted spending my budget and time on it (despite the upcoming storm heard on the news).
MR. BONES AND THE BONEYARD CIRCUS IS..
Mr. Bones – vox
Alvin Chan – guitar
Karl Kliatchko – guitar
Carissa Ramos – bass
Jovic de Leon – drums
Karl Vito Cruz – synth
Xombie – backup vox
Formed in 2009, Mr. Bones and the Boneyard Circus has considerably won three major awards including MYX Favorite New Indie Artist (2011), Jack Daniel’s Chosen One (2013) and Band of the Year at the Philippine Indie Rock Awards (2015), released two albums entitled Horror Scene (2010) and The Great Fall Onto Madness (2014), and has singles topped the charts (“Go Go Dance on my Grave,” “Grease, Gas & Glory,” and “Haunted Wonderland”). The single from sophomore album, “Ghost Train” became the longest running #1 song on Rakista Radio.
TO KNOW THEM FURTHER..
– Mr. Bones and the Boneyard Circus’ official websites and pages
– Mr. Bones and the Boneyard Circus from outside sources