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Satyr's New "Andromeda" Music Video

Satyr's New "Andromeda" Music Video

Satyr, the Atlanta based progressive rock band, has seen an explosion of popularity in 2018. With the release of their EP Neutrino, Satyr has taken the underground scene by storm. The last time I spoke with the band, they had just gotten back from their first tour which took them up the East Coast to New York and back to Atlanta (hitting several stops along the way). With more out of state dates to come, Satyr is gearing up for an intense summer, and they’re kicking it off with the release of their new music video for the song “Andromeda.”

The “Andromeda” music video was shot and directed by Edward Tumulty (guitarist for local pop-punk band Like Mike), a local photographer and videographer for bands and events like The Funeral Portrait, Fairshake, The Keepsake, and Warped Tour.

When asked what first got him interested in shooting photography and video for local bands Tumulty said, “I got into shooting music videos because it combined my two favorite things, music and film. The video I shot for Satyr was pretty much a last minute, run and gun performance shoot. Originally we had planned a That 70's Show one-take panning camera style video, but it didn't seem to work out that well. We shot a few different takes to see what would work best, and this is what came of it.”

The result is an awesome three minutes of Satyr’s post-hardcore mania paired perfectly with Tumulty’s unique color grading and editing style.

Satyr’s future plans include an upcoming full length album, two stripped down sets in Japan, and some big upcoming shows (like opening for Strawberry Girls on July 20th).

You can find Satyr on Bandcamp, Spotify, iTunes, and Youtube.

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