EXCLUSIVE: New Video: Mt. Doubt – Soak

Posted by Neil Wilson

Mt. Doubt - Soak
If there’s one person who has really grabbed my attention this year it’s been Leo Bargery; frontman of Edinburgh’s Mt Doubt.  Without giving too much away you can put money on his excellent album My Past Is A Quiet Beast appearing on our end of year Best Scottish Albums list, and his headline set at our August Scottish Fiction Presents gig was also a real treat.

So it’s a privilege to be able to share with you the new video for his brand new single Soak.  Directed, shot and produced by Andrew and Jonathan Ashworth of Ashworth Media the video utilises the sheer epic scale of the rugged Scottish landscape to emphasize the expansive alternative indie sound of Mt Doubt.  The track itself combines discordant guitars with chilling melodies from guest vocalist Annie Booth.  Mt Doubt continue, with each note released, to be a band I am extremely excited about.

Check out the video below, and Soak is available to download for free here.

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