|MARK STOERMER Releases New
Video for “Drifting Caterpillar”
PRESS HERE to Watch!
“From the fuzzed up, louche psych of album opener ‘Drifting Caterpillar,’ to the string-draped, soaring prog-pop of ‘Are You Stars Out’ to Steely Dan organ grooves of ‘Take My Time,’ Dark Arts is a record to sink into, track by consecutive track”- Noisey
“Dark Arts is a musical kaleidoscope. It’s the sort of record you get from a multifaceted musician left to hone his craft” – Billboard
|Today, Mark Stoermer, bassist of The Killers, released a new music video for “Drifting Caterpillar” – PRESS HERE to watch. He released his second solo album, Dark Arts, on August 5 – PRESS HERE to stream the album in full on Noisey.
Post “Drifting Caterpillar”:
Dark Arts‘ 13 songs comprise a mosaic of sixties-induced psychedelia, bluesy desert rock swagger, plaintive lyrical poetry, and lithe and lush cinematic orchestration. Co-produced by David Hopkins of Bombay Heavy and recorded at The Killers’ Las Vegas headquarters Battle Born Studios and Studio at The Palms, Dark Arts weaves together a twisting and turning trip through a myriad of styles. PRESS HERE to watch the music video for lead single “Spare the Ones That Weep” on NME, PRESS HERE to watch the video for “Are Your Stars Out?” on Billboard and PRESS HERE to watch the lyric video for “39 Steps.”
Since the release of Another Life in 2011, Stoermer has released 2012’s Battle Born with The Killers, performed alongside Dhani Harrison on Conan for “George Harrison Week” and joined The Smashing Pumpkins on tour, handling bass for their Monuments to an Elegy Tour.
Mark Stoermer, credit Spencer Burton