THE UNDERGROUND THIEVES RELEASE INSTRUMENTAL EPIC, ‘5.0.1’, LIVE AT THE FILLMORE

Article Contributed by Chipster PR | Published on Tuesday, January 21, 2020

The Underground Thieves, a Philadelphia-based rock band led by artist/songwriter/producer Nick Perri, today unveiled an exciting video for their fan-favorite live song, “5.0.1.” The hypnotic performance, featuring Perri on lead guitar, was filmed during the band’s sold-out shows in December supporting The Struts at the Fillmore Philadelphia and showcases the group’s electrifying stage presence and deep musical abilities.

“I wanted to take our live show up a notch and give the audience something unexpected, ” said Perri, who delivers an intense and emotional guitar solo. “‘5.0.1.’ grows and changes a little every night. Even though we have musical cues, it’s largely improvised and really keeps us on our toes.”

The performance features Brian Weaver on bass; Justin DiFebbo on Hammond organ and synthesizer; and Zil Fessler on drums.

The video was co-produced by Ari Halbkram in collaboration with Derek Brad, Brynn Bailey and Steven Hirsch. It is available to stream below and on the group’s official YouTube channel.

Video URL here: https://youtu.be/SAymSZ5bZ-U

The Underground Thieves’s Summer 2019 single, “Whole Lotta Money,” earned international critical acclaim and was voted song/video of the week in the UK by LouderSound.com and Classic Rock Magazine.

To learn more about The Underground Thieves and sign up for the band’s mailing list, visit undergroundthieves.com.