To properly portray the song title, "We're All Mad Here," Marquis of Vaudeville have released a fun and trippy video inspired by Alice In Wonderland. The four minute video sends you through the nightmare inducing twists and turns of the beloved childhood story, but more along the lines of American Horror Story meets Alice In Wonderland.
In suiting fashion for this TX band, the four piece will be releasing their latest album "The Tragic Valentine" on Halloween via Knotwright Lane Records. Dubbing their sound and style as "melodic mischief," emit an extraordinary sound that spirals listeners on an utterly imaginative, musical merry-go-round.
The band had this to say about the new record:
"The Tragic Valentine is essentially a tragic love story told through 13 songs - somewhat our own 'Romeo and Juliet,' with elements of mystery, magic, intrigue, & revolution. Although each song has an underlying theme that fits within the story, they also stand alone with their own individual meaning. The story ties in with the hourglass symbol that we've put together for the album cover (Artist: Senyphine). It represents love/loss, life/death, light/dark."
Although performing frequently at festivals and pop culture fandom, goth/horror, & steampunk conventions, the musical menagerie is widely known for their own extravagant Vaudevillian-inspired sold-out spectacles such as 'A Clockwork Wonderland: Through Aether & Mysterium,' 'Gadgets & Gobstoppers: The Twisted World of Wonka,' and the show that shared the grandiose title of their ambitious debut album "The Great Promenade of Fools & Ghosts." This October, Friday the 13th, fans can catch another Marquis of Vaudeville production, titled "Unlucky 13," at The Church in Dallas. Presented by the band, Knotwright Lane Records, & The Church, the event is billed as a haunted helter-skelter happening. Tickets can be found HERE.