Deal Casino’s new video for their single “Father’s Day,” shot in front of a wall of over 100 television sets with meticulously synchronized VHS images, visualizes an explosive ballad that is the band’s most personal composition to date. The television sets, accumulated by the band themselves on a zero dollar budget, coincide with the DIY approach the guys took to their upcoming LP, LLC. The video further illustrates the band’s unique approach to the emotional struggle that inspired the songwriting process.
Deal Casino consists of band members Joe Parella, Joe Cowell, Jon Rodney, and Chris Donofrio. The band resides in Asbury Park, New Jersey, and draws inspiration from artists like Led Zeppelin, Neil Young, St Vincent and Genesis. Emerging in 2013, the band has thrived in the Asbury indie scene, selling out local venues House of Independents and the Stone Pony. After a series of EPs, Deal Casino released their self-titled LP in 2017. The band releases their next LP, LLC, in November 2018, and is following with a full US Tour.
“Father’s Day” was directed by Anthony Yebra and produced by Erik Kase Romero of The Front Bottoms.
Deal Casino’s next LP, LLC, will be coming out in November 16 2018.