See: Witch Fever release visually striking new video for ‘Bully Boy’

The four band members of Witch Fever looking at the camera
Credit: Witch Fever

Manchester’s Witch Fever have released a video for ‘Bully Boy‘. The inspiration came from The Witch Trials but seen through the lens of drag queens and CBeebies. Uncompromising and violent in parts but presented in a cartoonish style. Bold and completely over the top, no-one was harmed in the making of this video as it is watermelons and balloons that are ddamaged, providing the required symbolism. The final scene is so powerful with the band being burnt at the stake with paper flames. Witch Fever use their own personal stories to influence their music. This track is a fight back against the abuse of male power and also considers the concept of God within a patriachal system.

Bully Boy‘ is taken from their debut EP Reincarnate which came out digitally in October.
The vinyl will be released on 3rd December and Witch Fever are performing an in-store at Rough Trade East on 4th December to celebrate the physical release.

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