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Desperate Measures Drop Video For New Single Scars and Memories.

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Fresh from their thirteen-date UK tour with The Professionals, London rockers Desperate Measures release the third single from their critically acclaimed mini-album ‘Rinsed’.

The London-based New Zealand rockers have just dropped the latest track from their brilliant mini-album ‘Rinced’.

Scars and Memories’ is a tale of a reckless life lived out of control, addiction, and regrets. It’s the story of a long-lost friend who is now on the run from criminal gangs.

Shot, directed, and edited by Craig Temple of Racketeer Pictures, the video perfectly captures the frenzied, high-energy stomp of the song.

“The video took a while to complete as our first attempt to film it, in a barn in Chelmsford, was the victim of some members of the band being a little worse for wear following our first gig with The Professionals,” reveals drummer James Sherry. “We had to go back for take-two, so finally, here it is!”

The band have one more gig this year – ‘Christmas On Earth On Holloway’ that is set to take place at Nambucca (on the corner of Tollington Way and Holloway Road London N7) on December 16th with support from friends The Blue Carpet BandThe Duel and Los Santos.

Desperate Measures say they are looking forward to returning in 2022 to begin work on their debut full-length album.

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Desperate Measures are:

Eugene Butcher – Vocals. Gaff – Guitar. Ricky McGuire – Bass. James Sherry – Drums.

Rinsed is out now through Easy Action.

Photo by Tina Korhonen


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