The track is the third single from their upcoming debut album 'Look At Me Now'
After their unforgettable set at this year's Bloodstock festival, Medusa Medusa is Novacrow's third single from their upcoming debut album 'Look At Me Now'. As a bit of a departure from the previous two singles, Medusa Medusa perfectly encapsulates the bands tongue-in-cheek attitude with this cabaret-inspired heavy hitter. Clearly inspired by the Greek myth of Medusa, the song uses its fun and lively energy to mask important anti-sexist messages and to make powerful statements about gender inequality.
This song has everything you could ever want to listen to in a compact 3.5 minutes - full brass sections, soaring guitar solos, gang vocals, incredibly catchy hooks, marimbas, cabaret style shenanigans, AND MORE! The band's bassist Freddy had this to say about the song: "Medusa Medusa may just be the most ambitious song we've ever tried to record. Did I say ambitious? I meant to say amazing."
The video, featuring the winner of Alternative Model of the Year 26-29 Category, Kitty Massacre as the band's resident Medusa, was filmed in Liverpool's own Vulcan Studios by Ben Gladwin and Jon Stonehouse and was edited by the band's own Federico 'Freddy' Spera.