Wicked Willow releases music video for “Crossin’ Rivers”


Drawing inspiration from the books of classic British rock, doom and psychedelia of the late 1960s and early 1970s, New York powerhouse trio Wicked Willow confidently take the stage with incredible studio footage of their latest fan favorite, “Crossin’ Rivers.” Fast and upbeat, “Crossin’ Rivers” carries strong poetic themes describing a desperate search for that muse; this lover of dreams who holds the power to inspire and uplift them on their journey forward in music. That feeling of nostalgia depicted in the band’s heart-on-sleeve history pairs perfectly with the intense riffs and powerful drum patterns inspired by hard rock and heavy metal. Artist Matt Glover emotionally belts captivating vocals alongside talented Phil Duke on bass and expressive Elliot Kafton on drums.

“I ran for what I needed, entertain me, baby, and believe in me // I swear there’s no greater need in my being than to love kindly – to let go socket.” ~ Crossing rivers

Filmed at the Strange Weather studio in Brooklyn, the band offers exclusive studio documentary footage, showcasing them in their element. The search for that mystical object that will allow them to prosper fruitfully is driven by their collective desire to leave their permanent mark on this land. A musician’s life is a tumultuous journey, and these three are ready to take the next step on the road to success. In the studio, we witness a real spark of inspiration and celebration of what brought them together. Musically they are a perfect blend of energy, emotion, rebellion and organic expression that locks you in from the start.

Watch the official clip below!


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