Trenton & Free Radical release official “Don’t you worry” music video

Reggae-infused Afro-beat band Trenton and Free Radical released an official music video for their song “Don’t you worry” on their YouTube channel. The song is a single from the band’s debut studio album Giant Step, released in 2012.

This video is the perfect example on how the band manages their sound, elegantly marrying catchy tunes with meaningful lyrics. The concept developed by the band was to shoot a video with all their friends and have as much fun a possible. In the true spirit of the song: not to worry! The video was shot in Woodstock Cape Town mid May 2014 by Martin Geldenhuys, and directed by Trenton himself.

One amazing thing about this song is that the line “wish the Japonese would stop their whaling” actually became true! Not claiming it was actually their doing, the band believes that every little bit can contribute a bigger cause, making it possible for everyone to make a difference.

 

After playing the first South African showcase at Reeperbahn Festival in Hamburg Germany, Trenton & Free Radical are currently working on their next album to be released in South Africa and Germany by fall 2015. The first single, including an official video, will be available by the beginning of the year. Stay tuned!




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