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Dylan Hundley of NYC's own underground rock institution Lulu Lewis; photograph courtesy of Ilegalia Records & Pictures.

FlygerWoods

The styles of FlygerWoods; press photo courtesy of FWM.

We premiered the FlygerWoods’ single “Make My Day” recently & today we present the throwback cult cinema visual for the track directed by Vinh Luong, styled by Eric Ford (Kidd Ford) featuring production from Rob Quest, mixed & mastered by Mark Drew at SugarHill Studios. The Houston based emcee’s presence & prowess presented on the new single is seen in full cinematic form like a film fest tribute to the masters of action classics. FlygerWoods’ anthem of assertion shuts downs the fakers & places himself as the star of his own slew of movies that keeps the FWM movement in full force & effect.

“Make My Day” begins with the title-type that looks like something out of Jackie Brown as FlygerWoods is seen as the protagonist in a plethora of cinematic scenarios. The artist shuffles through the period pieces & revenge pictures embracing the tough personas of character actors that range from Fred Williamson, Richard Roundtree, Jim Brown, Clint Eastwood, Leon Isaac Kennedy & so forth. The classic Dirty Harry line & hook is stated throughout as we witness the many sides of FlygerWoods inviting a proper creative challenge from his adversarial opponents. Vinh Luong’s visual treatment of the track takes the audience & Flyger’s style back through the motion picture portals of time where Houston’s force to be reckoned with is witnessed as a true last action hero that transcends the scope of time, sporting myriad styles that leap through the canons of revered genre flicks.

The world of FlygerWoods; press photo courtesy of FWM.

We had a chance to chat more with FlygerWoods to talk genre film inspirations for the fun cinematic visuals for the “Make My Day” video:

The visual for “Make My Day” definitely derives from the old Spaghetti western and even classic Kung-Fu films. The director, Vinh Luong, used imagery inspired by the Clint Eastwood’s Dirty Harry movies. Wardrobe stylist Eric Ford (Kidd Ford) put together looks that not only supported the visual, but mirrored the lyrics to Make My Day.

FlygerWoods’ single & video for “Make My Day” is available now everywhere.

FlygerWoods’ cover art for the single “Make My Day”; courtesy of FWM.

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