WATCH | Overdose On All These Cats, INCH'ALLAH Drops New Video "OVERCATS"

WATCH | Overdose On All These Cats, INCH'ALLAH Drops New Video "OVERCATS"

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‘God willing’ is both the fatalist statement and the hopeful declaration hidden behind Inch'Allah’s name.

This Montreal duo aims to create their personal blend of dark electronic music and glitchy visuals. They've already jumped in front of our radar, and now we've got some more for ya. 

Watch the video for "OVERCATS" above, their latest release featuring a room full of cats roaming around and doing their thing. The tune goes through a blend of sweet sweet vocal effects, seamlessly executed to grab you by the guts as it flows through many different styles. We decided to ask 'em a bit more about it, scroll through our Q&A below. 

How do you describe yourself under 140 characters ?

Our band name INCH'ALLAH is pretty representative of our vision. It’s a positive message that, for us, represents the fact that we randomly met after years of making music and developed an instant chemistry doing what we do.  If it’s meant to work, it will. Our main objective is to push our creative visions to the fullest. 

If you could describe your music using a gif you found on the internet, which ones would you choose?

What are some of the things that inspire you to make music? 

Any type of music genre inspires us. Life events, storytelling,visual arts, cinema, History. We comes from a metal-hardcore background so it's interesting for us to find a special sound. We all know it's getting harder to stand out in the music industry, so we're pushing as much as we can to create our own lane. 

What is the last text message you sent (or received)?

How involved were you in coming up with the concept of your latest music video?

Something we always like doing is concept creation. Since we have the ressources to do quality visuals, sometimes our song ideas are crafted to become music videos. OVERCATS is a concept we wanted to do with cats and a lot of streetwear and sneakers, it felt good to do something completely different from the average structure of a music video. I think we wanted to go ALL IN with the little cat romance story, the sparkled karaoke, and the goofy emojis. For us, it was really funny to shoot and edit the video, hopefully people take it for what it is, and don't overthink the comedy.  

If you have one thing to look forward to in the near future, what would it be?

We are looking forward to create new quality content musically and visually, we are trying to build a fan base, and hopefully play live when the time comes! We are pushing our boundaries by creating an unique audiovisual environment with INCH'ALLAH and we hope people enjoy and get into it. 

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Main photo credit: Kevin Millet

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