Here’s a new bit of goth-rock from Auckland act Black Velvet Butterfly.
The new song is Fetish Eyes and here to explain is James Castady-Kristament, the man behind the music:
The latest single Fetish Eyes is reminiscent of bands like Type O Negative, The 69 Eyes and Fields Of The Nephilim.
Fetish Eyes is a play on the phrase ‘fetishise’. Meaning to have a fetish for…
The song and video are about a man who has a fetish for goth girls. The animated music video was made with a black crayon, printer paper and Adobe character animator.
It’s pretty kick ass.
‘Fetishise’ is a term I see used a lot in discussions in the many goth groups I frequent on social media. The concept and the phrase itself fascinated me, so it became a song’.
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