Hailing from Los Angeles, alternative rock band We’re No Gentlemen is premiering the music video for their track “Night,” out TODAY. The video, directed by Henry Arres, is centralized around the general theme of loss, and allows every member of the band to have their own individual story. Originally a simplistic performance-based concept video. “Night” developed into a deep visual, directly based off of the song’s lyrics. Although still intermixed with performance scenes, the video allows a look into each band member’s personal experiences with both negative thinking and loss. About “Night”, the band states:
“Night” is a song about wanting to let go of hurt. It’s a build up of all of the experiences that have now become you. It’s about wanting to let go of negative and suicidal thoughts. Most of the band has been affected by loved ones taking their own life so this song is very dear to our hearts.
We’re No Gentlemen was founded by drummer Vince Gudino, who had the intention of creating a high energy rock act with female-fronted flare. That vision was realized when front-woman Amanda Gabel joined the group and shared Vince’s dedication towards assembling a successful and talented lineup. The puzzle was completed with the addition of bassist Daniele Boneddu, guitarist Rikki Juarez, and lead guitarist Dan Schiz. With the lineup solidified, We’re No Gentlemen aggressively hit LA’s live music scene and quickly gained traction. The release of a music video for “Mirror, Mirror” and the self-titled debut EP brought the band fans from all over the world and accolades from the LA music scene’s seasoned professionals. From performing at bars to mesmerizing audiences at famed venues such as The Viper Room and Whisky A Go-Go, one thing that has impressed music lovers is We’re No Gentlemen’s genuine love for performing and having fun on stage; a passion that is equally shared with their fan-base as well.