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Reverend Screaming Fingers Announces Single, "Dance of the Dust Devil" by Bri

The new instrumental single, “Dance of the Dust Devil” from Reverend Screaming Fingers, unravels like a coiled snake right before striking at its prey scurrying across the desert floor. Percussion rattles like the snake’s tail as it stalks its next victim. Electric guitar slithers with a prowling groove, warning predators of its poison. The single tantalizes and teases, using all of the senses as precious bait, and is off of the November 30 album, Music for Driving and Film, Vol. iii (the desert years).

Social Stance Saturday: Raise the Bar as a Musician, Lower the Ecological Footprint by Bri

Are you a touring musician who has felt the burden of your travel and how it affects the environment? Musician and environmental activist, Reverend Screaming Fingers, lives in an incredible eco-friendly vintage trailer in the desert of Joshua Tree, CA. He's doing his part by living a sustainable, off the grid lifestyle to make up for his impact, while still making his music a priority. Read all about his fascinating life here!

Reverend Screaming Fingers Announces Single, “Yuma Interlude” by Paul Corsi

The new single from Reverend Screaming Fingers wanders gracefully across a dusty trail with a rust-tinged sunset as its guide. “Yuma Interlude” captures the soul of the open road and paints a vibrant picture.

Reverend Screaming Fingers Announces Single, "No Destination" by Paul Corsi

The new single from Reverend Screaming Fingers snakes its way through an ancient desert sand. “No Destination” was composed for a three screen road trip projection piece by Joshua Tree artist Diane Best. 

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