Mother Feather have offered us a holiday surprise in the form of the new lyric video for "Egyptology" while finishing the recording process of their sophomore album. The record is being worked on with rammy-nominated producer Joshua Valleau who has worked with massive artists such as Kanye West, John Legend, Snoop Dogg, Common, Imani Coppola and Alice Smith.
Mother Feather front-woman Ann Courtney says of the song, "I wrote 'Egyptology' after doing an archeological dig of my soul. It's pure pop myth--if ancient Egypt looked like the Bowery in 1970's NYC. It's a story of rebirth into a supremely fabulous rock and roll afterlife." Of the new lyric video, Courtney says, "Isaiah King has been a trusted collaborator ever since we made the 'Mother Feather' video together. We knew he could build upon the amazing work he'd done with the 'Egyptology' single cover artwork, and he blew us away with the final result. It didn't hurt that he'd taken a trip to Egypt a few years before and had sketchbooks full of incredible material to incorporate."