Watch Vulfpeck Premiering 'Christmas In L.A.' Instrumental Music Video Here!
Michigan-based funk band Vulfpeck is back with a video of one of their catchiest song "Christmas in L.A." The group first released the instrumental version in 2014 on Fugue record that was followed by the lyrics version (released on the band's Thrill of the Arts). Now, they have premiered their music video for the instrumental version of the song. The band has shared the official video through their website.
Live For Music termed the video "as glorious as ever" with each person "vulfifying" the act. In an earlier interview to the same portal, song writer Theo Katzman said the song is just like a steady stream of 16 notes. "I'm hearing like na-na-nana-nana-da-da-da-dee-dada-da Christmas!" he said. He also called it a steady process and the band prefers to get together to write and record the tunes.
The newly shared "Christmas in L.A" video has a perfect video with Jack Stratton on Wurlitzer, Theo Katzman on drums, Woody Goss on piano and Joe Dart on Fender bass, JamBase described. Founded in 2011, Vulfpeck is known for its simple and minimal sound where each instrument contributes to the music rather than dominating.
Katzman also recollected the band member's first meet at the University of Michigan. Though everyone chose different paths after their studies, music was eventually the common element that united them again.
Vulfpeck's first release was "Beastly" in 2011 on their YouTube channel-the track was appreciated for its bass performance. Then, they released their first EP, "Mit Peck" followed by their first live performance at the Blind Pig in Ann Arbor, Michigan. So far, they have released four EPs, two albums, and a silent album titled "Sleepify" on Spotify that was a charity raiser. The band is often described as an homage to old school funk and soul.© 2021 The Classical Arts, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.