Tengger Cavalry release clip for “Redefine,” announce Carnegie Hall show

New York City-by-way-of-Beijing folk metallers Tengger Cavalry have just unleashed (via Consequence of Sound) the official music video for their single “Redefine” from their recently released album on Napalm Records, Cian Bi.

“The video acts as an artistic interpretation of the message that TENGGER CAVALRY’s music often represents,” reads a press release. “Raising awareness for the preservation of Mongolian culture in the face of modernization and overall culture conflict.”

Speaking about the clip, frontman Nature G explains, “This video represents the mixed challenge we, as TENGGER CAVALRY, are facing every day. It’s a video about cultural conflict, homeland, modern culture, progression and inner strength.”

Stream “Redefine” below.

In addition, Tengger Cavalry have announced their return to NYC’s Carnegie Hall for the fall. The gang will take on the Weill Recital Hall on September 20, for an 8pm performance that will feature “traditional nomadic musical techniques and instruments such as throat singing, Mongolian long song, and Morin Khuur.”

Get tickets HERE.


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