THE UNDERGROUND THIEVES RELEASE INSTRUMENTAL EPIC, ‘5.0.1’, LIVE AT THE FILLMORE
Nick Perri leads psychedelic guitar-driven live video
January 14, 2020
The Underground Thieves, a Philadelphia-based rock band led by artist/songwriter/producer Nick Perri, has unveiled an exciting video for their fan-favorite live song, “5.0.1.” The hypnotic performance, featuring Perri on lead guitar, was filmed during the band’s sold out shows in December supporting The Struts at the Fillmore Philadelphia, and showcases the group’s electrifying stage presence and deep musical abilities.
“I wanted to take our live show up a notch and give the audience something unexpected, ” said Perri, who delivers an intense and emotional guitar solo. “‘5.0.1.’ grows and changes a little every night. Even though we have musical cues, it’s largely improvised and really keeps us on our toes.”
The performance features Brian Weaver on bass; Justin DiFebbo on Hammond organ and synthesizer; and Zil Fessler on drums. The video was co-produced by Ari Halbkram in collaboration with Derek Brad, Brynn Bailey and Steven Hirsch. It is available to stream below, and on the group’s official YouTube channel.
The Underground Thieves’s Summer 2019 single, “Whole Lotta Money,” earned international critical acclaim and was voted song/video of the week in the UK by LouderSound.com and Classic Rock Magazine.
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