Watch Wargasm's latest 'From Dusk Till Dawn'- inspired visual, "Salma Hayek"

Watch Wargasm's latest 'From Dusk Till Dawn'- inspired visual, "Salma Hayek"

- By Ramon Gonzales

Enlisting Olli Appleyard of Static Dress to shoot, the video taps into the esthetic of the Tarantino cult classic, complete with sex appeal and snakes.

The in-demand duo of Milkie Way and Sam Matlock as Wargasm continue their meteoric ascent with yet another compelling visual that serves well in translating their stylish brand of audio explosiveness.

Already boasting an impressive archive of dynamic visuals, the tandem continue to one-up themselves and their most recent visual offering is arguably their most ambitious to date. Recruiting Static Dress frontman Olli Appleyard to help fully realize their creative vision, Wargasm tapped into their inner Quentin Tarantino for the visual for their latest banger, “Salma Hayek’.

Recreating the visual esthetic of the cult classic From Dusk Till Dawn, Milkie and Sam successfully showcase all of the sinister sex appeal of the film while adding their own signature. Set to the band’s potent, powerful audio assault, the pairing underscores just why Wargasm’s stock continues to soar.

The band weighed in on their latest contribution. “Coming in with all the subtlety of a pack of wild dogs, Wargasm are proud to release their latest video and ode to Tarantino, Salma Hayek, loud noises, darkness and sex.”

They continue, “Directed by Olli Appleyard Static Dress> and heavily inspired by the cult classic From Dusk Till Dawn, this is a new step in the visual journey of Wargasm…”

The visual arrives as the band gear up for he first-ever UK headlining tour in November. Touching down in Cardiff, Birmingham, Newcastle, Glasgow, Leeds, Nottingham, London, Southampton, Leicester and Manchester on the 10-date run. called the War On The Road tour. Finishing out a stellar 2021, Way and Matlock will support Creeper for a highly-anticipated run of shows in December.

Watch the Olli Appleyard-shot, Quentin Tarantino-inspired visual for "Salma Hayek" below.

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