Dussel Has Friends Releases “American Made” Music Video

New York based live band hip hop collective Dussel Has Friends have
released a music video for their track “American Made”.  The video,
which was conceptualized and edited by DHF’s frontman James Donald
provides visceral imagery to accompany the track’s glimpse into the commonly
underestimated darker side to family life in the United States that seems
to be present no matter an individual’s financial status.  The band is also offering
the track as a free download, which can be found on their Soundcloud page
along with five other free tracks from Dussel Has Friends.

Dussel Has Friends have been steadily building up a cult following 
throughout the northeastern USA over the past few years.  After a six month
absence from recording and performing last year following their original
drummer leaving the band, Dussel has been quickly gaining momentum
as new studio versions of fan favorite tracks “Burn In Heaven” and
 “One For The Road” and word of their impressively re-tooled
live performance have made their rounds on the internet.
Dussel has several upcoming shows as well as releases still to come
in 2012.  Make sure to check out the band’s notoriously explosive
live show when they’re in your area, and stay tuned as DHF reach
new heights in both the creative and commercial realm.
Tour Dates:
7/28 – Long Island, NY @ Vibe Lounge
8/25 – Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Fireproof
9/29 – Brooklyn, NY @ Party XPO
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