It has long been said that you only get one chance to make a first impression. Skiver takes that statement very seriously and is all about making their mark on your memory. They describe themselves as a “visual Rock band,” drawing influence from Rock, EDM, and J-Rock. While the latter influence, might sound like “Jersey Rock,” it’s actually “Japanese Rock,” a scene that booming with elements of Rock, Metal and Punk. Skiver definitely appears to take a cue from the J-Rock “Visual Ki” movement, an offshoot of Glam exemplified by such acts as X-Japan.
Skiver’s debut EP “Gloss” and their latest “No Goodbyes” and “Noise” are out now. Check them out on spotify!
The video for “No Goodbyes” does a lot with a limited space. Shot in one room, it makes use of great camera work to match the track’s energy. The video was shot and directed by J.S. Ali.
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Check out the video for “No Goodbyes”!