Scardust team up with Patty Gurdy And The Hellcore choir new video, and as a bonus the video have a shock ending! Scardust is a very good prog band from Israel. The track Concrete Cages,
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Music and Lyrics: Noa Gruman, Orr Didi
Lead vocals and Hurdy Gurdy: Patty Gurdy
Lead vocals: Noa Gruman
Drums: Yoav Weinberg
Guitars: Yadin Moyal
Bass: Orr Didi
Keyboards: Aaron Friedland
Hellscore choir singers:
Atar Abramson, Bennie Bachner, Danny Semiat, Daria Singer, Dima Fridrich, Enav Kedar, Evgeni Galperin, Goni Davidson, Guy Pery, Hilla Bernstein, Itamar Menuhin-Gruman, Kfir Ben Aroia, Maayan Gad, Michal Friedman, Mikey (Bar) Nadel, Noya Shamir, Ofer Kedar, Ofir Arnon, Sapir Bura, Shani Gruman, Victoria Smolensky, Yarden Gruman
Violins: Rinat Gruman-Menuhin, Elad Bogomolny | Viola: Hadar Levy | Cello: Tamar Deutsch Gomberoff
Concrete Cages features hurdy gurdy player Patty Gurdy as well as a string quartet and the Hellcore metal choir, and sees the band add touches of folk to their repertoire.
«Working with Scardust is like working with a group of wizards»
enthuses Gurdy. «The whole band consists of extremely skilled musicians and their creative energy is absolutely inspiring».
«The song, taken from the band’s 2020 album Strangers, deals with leaving a simpler life in order to live in the big city, where everyone who’s anyone is and where everything ‘happens’. But in line with the album’s overall theme, there is contradiction in the song, and a sting in the tail».
«Filming Concrete Cages was unbelievable», says Scardust singer Noa Gruman. «Had you asked me 2 years ago, I probably would have said it will never happen, because at the time, it looked like the cancellation was final. But none of the people involved gave up on it».
«As soon as it was possible for Patty to finally make the trip to Tel Aviv, she hopped on a plane in a heartbeat. Patty is not only an amazing artist, but also an incredible human being. She has always believed in our music and never gave up on us».
«Hellcore is simply a family. They are always there for me, whether in the scorching sun or on a freezing night like the one we had on that glamorous skyscraper rooftop».