South African Folk-Punk Cami Scoundrel has shared a new music video for her single “Fallen Homies.” The video which is directed, shot, and edited by David van Rensburg at the Jungle Jam Room aka Cami’s lounge, creates the perfect vibe for the heartfelt ode to friends lost along the way. Cami’s dusky voice and honest delivery is a refreshing throwback vibe compared to the over-produced sound of today. Cami’s current album Those Days is available to purchase and stream at the links below.. Check out the video now!
“I’ve lost a lot of homies. One of those inspired a generation of South African punks, he was George Bacon, frontman of Hog Hoggidy Hog. I was on a tour – playing STRAB a festival in Mozambique with Ann Jangle, Crimson House, and 7th Son – we’d just crossed over the border, when we found out he had died the night before. Lost in the madness of the afterparty of the Hogs long anticipated reunion show. The whole bus got the news simultaneously. Matt, Jangle’s drummer, and I downed a bottle of whisky between the two of us, we cried and slept for the rest of the 26-hour bus ride. I wrote this song a week later in the post tour depression. 2015 was a rough year, George was not the only friend to pass. This is a song for my Fallen Homies.”
Those Days is available now on all digital platforms including Deezer and Spotify