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The Dirty Nil Release David Lynch Inspired “The Light, The Void and Everything” Music Video

The Dirty Nil have teamed up with Wade MacNeil on the David Lynch inspired video for “The Light, The Void and Everything”. Check it out here.



The Dirty Nil, photo by Steph Montani

Ontario’s rock ‘n’ rollers, The Dirty Nil, have shared a new music video for their track “The Light, The Void and Everything.” Taken from their most recent album, Free Rein to Passions which dropped earlier this year via Dine Alone Records, the track has been paired with a video that pays homage to David Lynch’s film ‘Blue Velvet’.

Featuring a cameo from Wade MacNeil of Alexisonfire, Gallows and Dooms Children, check out the video here:

Speaking about the track, frontman Luke Bentham revealed:

“For years, we’ve kicked around this treatment, waiting for the perfect song to apply it to. When we heard the playback of “The Light, The Void and Everything,” it was clear that the opportunity had come. In the execution, (producer/director/editor) Wyatt Clough’s attention to detail was stunning. I’ll never forget walking into that warehouse and seeing the fully constructed replica of the apartment from ‘Blue Velvet’.”

On the subject of the involvement of Wade MacNeil, the frontman said:


“Wade was perfect in the role of Frank and it was a pleasure to watch him play the villain. Finally, shoutout to our incredible friends Steph Montani, Levi Kertesz and Dave Tyson for rounding out our cast. Everyone owes it to themselves to croon into a lightbulb, at least once in their life.”

For more information on The Dirty Nil or to pick up a copy of Free Rein to Passions, head over to their Official Website.

The Dirty Nil ‘Free Rein to Passions’ album artwork

The Dirty Nil ‘Free Rein to Passions’ album artwork

I have an unhealthy obsession with bad horror movies, the song Wanted Dead Or Alive and crap British game shows. I do this not because of the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll lifestyle it affords me but more because it gives me an excuse to listen to bands that sound like hippos mating.