New Noise Magazine is pleased to be bringing forth the exclusive premiere of “Corner of My Eye” by The Jellybricks. The music video was self-produced by the band and friends within two days. Catch the music video below. “Corner of My Eye” is off of the upcoming record, Some Kind Of Lucky,due out Oct 4th via Wicked Cool Records in partnership with The Orchard.
“We prefer to let the videos speak for themselves because they’re designed to let the viewer figure out the premise as they go along. We’ll say that even though they’re a lot of work, they’re yet another way that we as a band enjoy collaborating together. We have a lot of fun making them ourselves with the help of our talented friends.” – The Jellybricks
The even-keeled ascent of The Jellybricks is living proof that a band need not be an overnight sensation to feel lucky. A Rock group in the classic two-guitars-bass-drums tradition, this Harrisburg, Pennsylvania-based crew persevered for two decades before claiming the spotlight with Some Kind Of Lucky, their first album for Wicked Cool Records, out October 4. “The opportunity to make a new, better record is what always leads us back into the recording studio,” says guitarist/vocalist Larry Kennedy.
The Jellybricks began as a vehicle for Larry’s original songs in the mid-’90s but has steadily evolved over seven releases into a four-headed collaboration with all four writing and singing lead. “Over the course of 23 years together, we’ve become a true brotherhood,” says bassist/vocalist Garrick Chow. “We’ve gotten really good at speaking the same language when it comes to collaborating.”
Photo by by Sean Simmers