Dressing a Dead Man is the first official single from the record and is produced by Adam Merker at Studios Anders Debeerz (Disentomb, Aversion’s Crown, The Stratagem).
Vessel Born have released their film clip for Dressing a Dead Man.
The stark, beautiful black-and-white film clip was directed by Jonathan Creed & Luke McClean for Shots For Bands.
The track itself is about stopping to realise how beautiful life is at times – and like most things that are beautiful, that it is very fragile and temporary so it must be cherished.The filmclip reflects this – a woman, dying in a hospital is visited by a mysterious older woman who delivers a pair of cards titled ‘Rebirth’ and ‘The Exchange’ at the moment of her death. A brush with the afterlife has her return to the world of the living, a new version of herself. Who is the mysterious woman?
The band is the support for the Brisbane Hed PE and SNOT shows – a Tuesday night 13th October show has been added to the already sold-out Wednesday night show – Vessel Born also in support. Add to that a support show with A Breach of Silence (who recently toured the US with Drowning Pool) and that they will announce an East Coast tour in support of their forthcoming EP – you have a band on the rise.
Vessel Born’s single ‘Dressing a Dead Man’ is streaming now on Soundcloud and will be available in iTunes and Spotify Friday 16 October. Vessel Born will support Snot and Hed PE October 14th at Woolly Mammoth (s0ld out) and on the 13th October (tickets on sale now), also at Woolly Mammoth.