Garage rock 'n' roll band Bruiser Queen has recently dropped the above video for “Tiny Heart Attack”, their new single. The song is from their latest record.
The video for “Tiny Heart Attack” was shot at Livery Co. on Cherokee Street in Saint Louis. The Livery Company is a local bar that regularly hosts musicians and other entertainment for live shows. The “Tiny Heart Attack” video itself is part of the Lo-Fi Cherokee 2014 video series.
The purpose of the Lo-Fi Cherokee video series is to create sixteen live music videos in sixteen different locations all in the same day. Bruiser Queen was one of the lucky sixteen bands to make the cut. The entire line-up of videos can be watched at the Lo-Fi Saint Louis channel on YouTube.
In the above video, the two-person music team Bruiser Queen perform live to a crowded and very receptive room of fans and bar patrons. Bruiser Queen is made up of lead vocalist and guitarist Morgan Nusbaum and drummer Jason Potter. The two performers are accompanied by their fellow musicians and friends the BQ Auxiliary Squad to perform the “Tiny Heart Attack” single.
Bruiser Queen previously performed “Tiny Heart Attack” live for Saint Louis' radio station for independent music, KDHX 88.1, as part of their set in February. The KDHX peformance of the single is more stripped down, as it is just Nusbaum and Potter performing that time.