Manchester rock and roll band Sauce have delivered stratospheric visuals for their latest single release, ‘All Of Us’, which came out on 13th March.
Unable to leave their houses to shoot a proper music video, Sauce drafted in friend of the band Luke Dewhurst (aka Motion Graphics) to create an animated blockbuster that depicts the band being sent on a wild ride to the moon in a rock(et) powered car, and is exactly the kind of escapism we all need right now.
'All of Us' is the follow up to Sauce's last single, 'Sister Brother' and continues in the same musical direction of classic rock and roll music, with lead singer
Dean Molyneux once again delivering a massive vocal that puts him in a stratosphere of his own.
Continuing in the same vein as 'Sister Brother', the track very much looks to unite a world that is often divided, and All Of Us' chorus testifies to that; "A kiss means more than demolition, let's get ourselves into position", and combined with a music video that takes us all away from planet earth for a while, you'll be over the moon with Sauce by the time you've finished listening.
Sauce are: Lewis Rushton, Dean Molyneux, George Stead and Henry Lewis.