Finn Wolfhard’s band The Aubreys have dropped their new observe ‘Smoke Bomb’, accompanied by a horror-themed music video.
The clip sees the Stranger Issues actor and bandmate Malcolm Craig edited into basic movies, together with Jaws, Jurassic Park, A Nightmare on Elm Road, and The Shining. It was directed by Jeremy Schaulin-Rioux, who beforehand labored with Wolfhard on his movie Guidelines for Werewolves.
In an interview with Rolling Stone, Wolfhard detailed the inspiration behind the ‘Smoke Bomb’ music video. “I wish to dip my toe into each style, however horror has at all times been actually enjoyable for me,” he stated. “I’ve at all times cherished it, particularly ‘70s and ‘80s horror.”
Wolfhard additionally praised Schaulin-Rioux’s directorial efforts, calling him “a complete genius.” “We couldn’t consider what he did and we’re actually, actually happy with it.”
‘Smoke Bomb’ follows the discharge of The Aubreys’ debut EP ‘Soda & Pie’ in March this 12 months. Wolfhard and Craig debuted their new moniker again in January after calling time with their earlier band, Calpurnia.
“That is the primary time that we’ve collaborated on authentic songs collectively,” Wolfhard told NME in an interview earlier this year. “With Calpurnia, it’s not like Malcolm didn’t have a say, however there have been simply extra individuals so it was tougher to do, and we’d must reply to one another. Whereas with The Aubreys, all we have been answering to was ourselves and each other.”
It’s been a busy time for Wolfhard’s Stranger Issues castmates, with Joe Keery releasing new track ‘Keep Your Head Up’ as DJO on September 9, his first solo materials since 2019.
In the meantime, Stranger Issues star David Harbour married Lily Allen in Las Vegas this week, celebrating the milestone with an Elvis impersonator and a visit to In-N-Out.