Grass House, who we introduced earlier this year, have revealed a one-off live video for the track A Thousand Generators from their debut album due out next year.
With a new single in the pipeline for late February release, the band wanted to put something out in the meantime to showcase the live sound of their (now-coined) outsider-pop. Their music is a homage to the outsider-art of Jean Dubuffet, Karel Appel & (loosley) Henri Rousseau, where work is created ‘from pure and authentic creative impulses’.
Aesthetics have always been an important influence to the our music, with the belief that art can play a vital role in the ideas and construction of music and vice-versa. A Thousand Generators hints at a lighter side lyrically while the vocal is laid on a bed of warm, textural guitars and soft drums, musically it’s a nod in the direction of Brian Eno & 1960’s guitar bands.