If Quentin Tarantino's movie career can be encapsulated in a single blast of music,…
- Posted on Jan 26th 2012 11:00AM by Theo Spielberg
"'Quiet Person' came from a project given to me during rehab in Malibu because I had talked a lot about depression and how it led to feeling like I had a bad case of writer's block," vocalist and guitarist Eddie "King" Roeser tells Spinner. "My counselor finally said if you want to get out of here you'll have to come up with a finished song, but I never thought of it for Urge Overkill until everyone heard it and thought it should be put out in its raw form, straight from the treatment center!"
As far as the video is concerned, "The song spoke to Chicago filmmaker Jim Sikora, and he wanted an honest, straight video centered on the song itself, and showing another side of UO," Roeser explains. "Definitely the strangest route any of our songs has taken to end up being released. Featuring the first and last dueling mandolin solos on an Urge song."
The video is an honest complement to the skeletal song, lending a no-frills take on the tune's understated beauty. Check it out below and click here for Urge Overkill's tour dates!