You may have seen The Underground Thieves on the road this year as they supported acts like Slash, Greta Van Fleet and Black Stone Cherry. At least one face in the lineup should look familiar as the eight-piece band is spearheaded by Nick Perri, the guitarist of hard rockers Silvertide. Building on a year-long music release campaign, the group has debuted the music video for the new song, "Fall."

Rather than sticking to the traditional album release tactic, The Underground Thieves have released music videos for each new song in what is intended to be a 12-song series. "Fall" is the latest addition, bringing a lush, laid back sounds to the fold with hypnotic bass lines that subtly power the track alongside Pink Floyd-esque splashes of psychedelics on both guitar and keyboard. Check it out below.

This was the kind of song that almost wrote itself,” said Perri. “It’s honest emotion. Once I got into the groove it was done in a matter of minutes.” Discussing the video, he added, “I wanted the sonic and visual aspects to line up and become one, and I think we achieved that and more. It was an honor to work with such incredible performers who brought this music video to life.”

Rounding out Perri, who handles lead vocals in addition to guitar, is Brian Weaver, Justin DiFebbo, Anthony Montesano, Jimmy Gnecco, Michael Montesano, Hannah Gernand and John Bach.

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