Raunch and roll video from Flowers for Jayne to premiere here
We're living in dangerous and uncertain times. One thing you can be certain about is Sydney band Flowers For Jayne's new single “Dangerous Woman” packs a punch. Former Lime Spiders members Jayne Murphy and Phil Hall teamed with renowned Australian drummer Jess Ciampa to form one of Sydney's more formidable power trios.
Their video for the song makes its premiere via The I-94 Bar at 3.45pm (AEST) on August 3. You can view it here, or register for the Facebook event and receive a reminder when it goes live. "Dangerous Woman" will be available as a download or stream across all platforms.
Lifted from their soon to be released Flower for Jayne album, “Dangerous Woman” could be described as the new generation of power anthems. Mixed by ARIA award winning engineer Anton Hagop, the fuse is already lit before the band ignites into explosive sounds reminiscent of the 70's British rock invasion.Catchy pop melodies driven by a raw and raunchy soundscape, deliver a message that “Dangerous Woman” will be a favourite for listeners across generations.
Jayne Murphy shares her tale about the ambiguity of stereotypes in the “Dangerous Woman” music video. Images of innocence crossing over with dark forces might leave the viewer wondering, who is the dangerous woman?
"We all have a cheeky dark side", says Jayne. "I'm sure people will relate to the struggle, when sweet becomes sour. I'm just saying we can be both at the same time, and not confuse or compromise ourselves".
The completed album Dangerous Woman is slated to be released before the end of this year.