By DONNA BALANCIA
Glitter Trash front gal Jenna Talia doesn’t mince her words when it comes to “Choppers” across the L.A. skyline.
The L.A.-via-Detroit bandleader premieres the latest and most edgy video yet for Glitter Trash, a commentary called “Choppers.” The explosive video is directed and produced by Salvatore Sebergandio.
Watch the Exclusive Premiere of “Choppers” here:
The Glitter Trash Band
Glitter Trash relocated to L.A. from Detroit a couple of years back but there are differences in the two cities. Glitter Trash front gal Jenna, said one distinct difference between Motown and La-La Land is the amount of law enforcement choppers overhead at any given time of day or night.
Fun Presentation of Serious Subjects
In Glitter Trash, Jenna fronts a band comprised of Jesus Rauda on bass and Brian Irving on drums, who helped write the song and co-produces. On guitar and overseeing production is Loren Molinare of The DoGs of Detroit. Patrick Burkholder engineers.
“Choppers flying overhead in my neighborhood kept me awake at night,” Jenna told CaliforniaRocker.com “The sound shakes the foundation.”
Jenna says she’s worried about what’s to come and put it in a song.
‘Choppers’ Video Disturbingly Accurate
Molinare, who has taken on additional producing duties with various bands these days said “Choppers” is a vivid depiction of today’s issues.
Said Molinare: “The ‘Choppers’ video is like when you put a mirror up to the life we’re living: Police brutality to homelessness, the nuclear arms race, and gentrification,” Molinare said. “There are no family neighborhoods any more. The video’s a snapshot of life in 2018. Can’t sleep because of choppers.”
Molinare said “Choppers” is the A-side to a two-part single with Glitter Trash’s previous single release, “Hustlin'” on the B side. “Choppers” will be released as a digital single via Bandcamp.
Upcoming Gigs for Glitter Trash
This Friday, Glitter Trash plays a show at The Redwood with The Dogs headlining.
At the end of July there will be a party in a sendoff to their gig at The Rebellion Fest in Blackpool, England.
Produced and directed by Salvatore Sebergandio: